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Posted Saturday, March 24, 2018 - 09:39
On a cold and snowy morning in the middle of January of last year, Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex, my wife and myself started the first tour of 2017.
We had a pretty long drive ahead of us, since we had planned a two-day trip with an overnight stay at a friend's place so we could fit in more locations.
The first spot was an abandoned recreation home on an island in Eastern Germany.
I had only seen it on Google Earth, but hadn't found any photos that indicated the status of decay, so we had to check it out for ourselves.
Upon our arrival, we could already see that the state of most of the buildings was desolate. Roofs and walls collapsed, wood partly burned...in combination with the bleak weather,...
Posted Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 17:16
We got so caught on this one... It was a cold morning in late December of 2016 when Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex picked me up to explore an abandoned military hospital.
I will not go into the details of this endeavor, but after being caught and talked to by six armed civilian guards and the military officer of the watch (overall four vehicles and eight armed guards), still getting off the hook in the end was a stressful, yet satisfying, experience.
The hospital itself was a really cool place. The weather wasn't too good, but we still spent about five hours exploring all the buildings - it was really worth the long trip!

To check out all the photos from this neat little place, click the...
Posted Sunday, March 18, 2018 - 17:25
This place was the second and final spot of our X-Mas Exploration in 2016. After successfully exploring the old chalk pit, we drove for about 45 minutes until we got to this place.
I had gotten a tip that there were old cars to be discovered, so we had decided to check it out.
We parked a little down the road, yet far enough from the neighbors' house as not to attract any attention. The wind blew fierce, so we hurried to get into the house, and we quickly found an open door by the side of the main building.
The house itself was pretty ramshackle and had been vandalized, so there weren't too many shots to be taken there. But the barn and the back yard did hold some automotive tresures for us, so to speak. Nothing spectacular, but nice to look at, and the red 1955 Peugeot 403...
Posted Saturday, March 17, 2018 - 09:47
Hey guys! Last Sunday, my wife and I drove to the Harz mountains for a short vacation. Naturally, we had planned to visit a couple of spots, and the first one also turned out to be the most exciting.
It was a large cave discovered in the 1860s during work on a railway tunnel.

Of course, there will be a detailed report of our cave exploration, but for now, you can watch the short video that I made that day.
Check it out! And don't forget to regularly visit my facebook-page to stay up to date with our current explores!

Posted Thursday, March 15, 2018 - 08:49
It was the second day of the Christmas holidays in 2016 and it was time for our third annual X-Mas-Exploration. Since 2014, my wife and I used the second day of Christmas to go on a tour together with my mother-in-law.
Following the tradition we had established, we drove West towards the North Sea. During my research, I had found a possible spot - an abandoned chalk pit. It seemed like a nice place to start; quite possibly easily accessible and - so to speak - a nice walk in the park to get us all in the mood.
The weather was pretty changeable; sunny periods switched places with patches of rain coming in, and a stiff winter wind came from the West and blew the salty air from the North sea far inland.
Upon arrival, the rain had stopped and the sun had actually come out. We...
Posted Tuesday, March 13, 2018 - 16:55

How much can you see on one day in the Chernobyl exclusion zone? Turns out a LOT! Here’s a selection on BW film.


Posted Tuesday, March 13, 2018 - 08:00
Industrial ruins are rather rare in central Japan – this plant was a lucky exception!
Posted Friday, March 9, 2018 - 14:35
On the final evening of our four-day tour through central Germany together with Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex back in late November of 2016, we were having a nice dinner and discussing what could be possible spots for the way back on the next day.
We had a few possible spots, but pretty soon it became clear that the old Sanatorium in the Harz mountains was the preferred option - although it meant a detour of about 200 kilometers...
But Freddy had never been there before, and in the three months after my wife's and my last visit, we had gotten an appetite again...
So my wife, who was driving and thereby also the final decision maker, said that she'd drive the detour if we tried to get home during...
Posted Sunday, March 4, 2018 - 13:34
After the successful exploration of the abandoned hospital, we still had some time for another location. It was the third day into our four-day tour of central Germany together with our dear friend Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex almost one and a half years ago, and it was getting a bit later than we had planned, so it had to be a location not too far away.
We decided on a spot that my wife and I had visited once before in November of 2013, an old textile mill. Freddy is very enthusiastic about old industrial ruins, so we figured that this was a nice spot to finish off the day.

The spot is easily...
Posted Saturday, March 3, 2018 - 20:21
Posted Thursday, March 1, 2018 - 15:42
It was the third day of our tour through the middle of Germany together with our friend Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex in November of 2016. We'd had a nice dinner with the family the evening before, and strengthened in such a way, we were ready for another day of exploring.
The first spot we'd chosen was an abandoned hospital about an hour drive away from where we were staying, which was nice because it meant we didn't have to get up too early.
It was a cold morning. We picked up Freddy, who was staying at my borther-in-law's place, smoked a cigarette and drove off.
We got the the hospital at ar ound 10 in the morning. We parked in a public spot with some other cars near a senior citizen's home and...
Posted Thursday, March 1, 2018 - 07:58

The wreck of the Juniata, Orkney, Scotland.(Image: Ian Balcombe. Wreck of the Juniata, Orkney...

Posted Tuesday, February 27, 2018 - 06:45
Over the years I’ve spent much more time in abandoned theme parks than in active ones – and the exploration of Wonderland in Fukui easily makes my Top 5!
Posted Saturday, February 24, 2018 - 08:42
We didn't really have a heightened interest to visit this abandoned doctor's villa that in the German "urbex-scene" is frequently called the "Urbex-Whore" because over the years since it turned up on the photographic radar, almost everyone's had a ride, so to speak.
Whenever photos are posted, a bunch of people start crying  and shouting about how much the urbex-scene has deteriorated over the past years and how everything was better in the good old days five or six or seven years ago...you know, the ususal "urbexer's lament".
Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex and I had decided to try it anyway, because we happened to be relatively close while on a tour together with my wife and my mother-in-law back in...
Posted Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - 07:01
Don’t judge a book by its cover – or an abandoned building by its front. It’s all about the content...
Posted Sunday, February 18, 2018 - 08:15
The second day of our tour together with Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex back in November of 2016 took us to a region of Germany where we hadn't really explored before, so we were excited to see what our search for abandoned places would bring.
My mother-in-law was with us; she has been joining us for some tours over the past couple of years now and she's gotten more and more curious with every explore she was on.And we got lucky - the first spot that we had decided on was an open air location, and the weather was really nice. There were some clouds at first, but the sun started showing as soon as we pulled up towards the old gravel pit early in the morning.
We gathered our gear and just walked right on...