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Posted Saturday, April 8, 2017 - 04:27

The converted pigsty in North Yorkshire restored by the Landmark Trust(Image: John Lindsay; converted pigsty in North Yorkshire, England)

Chances are you won’t find many pigsties as grand as this one – both in terms of...

Posted Wednesday, April 5, 2017 - 08:30

Converted follies of the UK(Image: John Fielding; stay at one of the UK’...

Posted Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 07:55
In 2015 there were about 134000 karaoke rooms in Japan, shared by a total of 475 million guests – and yet it is very difficult to find an abandoned karaoke establishment in decent condition… but I finally succeeded! Karaoke and Japan are inextricably linked with each other. The word karaoke is a Japanese portmanteau, consisting […]
Posted Sunday, April 2, 2017 - 16:16
This place is buried deep in the woods, and thanks to a relatively inaccurate map we got from a friend of mine, we managed to take a little longer than planned to find our designated parking spot.
From there, it was only a short walk to the actual fuel depot.
The large fuel tanks with a volume of 7.700 cubic meters haven't been built underground. Only the foundations are in the ground, the rest has been built above the ground and was then covered in earth and over the years overgrown by trees.
The steel walls of the huge tanks make for an amazing sound, and if you're there in the right moment, the sun's rays can be seen shining through the hole at the top of the tank.


To find out more about the history of this interesting spot and to check out all the...
Posted Sunday, April 2, 2017 - 15:39

Bron Y Garth Hosptial was based on the original Festinog Workhouse that opened around 1838.  The victroian vagrants ward was added to the original buildings and included space for six working/living cells. The workers would sleep on a metal wire bed with no matress. The work cells were used for stone-breaking and had metal grids at the outside through which broken stone was passed when its pieces were of a small enough diameter. The hosptial closed around 2008 and is currently up for sale.

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Posted Sunday, April 2, 2017 - 13:27

The ghost steps of RNAS Almondbank in Scotland(Image: Mick Garratt; ruined steps at RNAS...

Posted Wednesday, March 29, 2017 - 07:55

(Abandoned Alaska: exploring the ghost ruins of the Last Frontier)

Alaska may be part of the United States, but there’s an undeniable sense of mystery and adventure surrounding this northernmost outpost...

Posted Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 12:09

Mine n°5 was established in 1956, then roads where built, cable car connections and power lines laid. 3 years later, the first coal was extracted from the mountain in the Endalen (literally first valley or valley one). The mine was operational until 1972 when almost 3 500 000 tons of coal was dug up. The buildings in the Endalen lie abandoned for over 45 years. The mine is nicknamed Olav V’s mine, after King Olaf V of Normay, who came to the throne in 1957 during construction of the mine.

As we left the Taubanesentralen we could already see mine 5 in the distance, just at the beginning of the valley. The view of the mine is dominated by the concrete building containing 5 silo’s and coal hoppers. Next to it we could see the start of the taubane. The rear part of the...

Posted Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 09:16
A new fence upon arrival is barely ever a good sign – and things didn't get better after that!
Posted Tuesday, March 28, 2017 - 06:15

Abandoned ATS-59G medium artillery tractor(Image: Vyacheslav Argenberg; a defunct ATS-59G in the North Caucasus)

The powerful ATS-59 (or to...

Posted Sunday, March 26, 2017 - 17:46
The day after visiting the Olympic Village, we again set sail, so to speak, to go on a tour with our friend Freddy (Nordgriller Urbex) who we'd met up with for a couple of days not only of exploring, but also a great heavy metal concert - it doesn't get better than this!!
Anyway, that morning, we had paid a short visit to an old ballroom, which doesn't really deserve its own post, so I'm just going to skip it here and move on to the next spot - an old mansion.
The name is appropriately chosen, regarding the history of the building, so please forgive the dramatic title :)
The entire estate is surrounded by a...
Posted Friday, March 24, 2017 - 09:16

(Image: Maria Wallin; abandoned Masonic Lodge buildings, temples and...

Posted Friday, March 24, 2017 - 06:42

The ruined beehive pillbox that reappeared in Embleton Bay(All images by Urban Ghosts; ruined beehive pillbox emerges in Embleton Bay)

Made from concrete-filled...