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Posted Saturday, September 23, 2017 - 05:28
Our three-day tour through the Northeastern part of Germany started exactly one year ago today. Nordgriller Urbex and I had chosen the Recreation Home "Moss Lover's" as our first spot on the way to our main area of exploration.
We had finished the first day with a nice evening at our friend's place where we also spent the night.
As always, we started with a nice little breakfast and then went on our way.
I had a list of spots in the area that we could choose from, but for some reason, it became a bunker tour. Mmmmh...I really like bunkers!
The first spot we had picked for the day was really something. There is only two more facilities of this kind in Germany. In an area...
Posted Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 08:01

(Image: LCGS Russ. The Saline Valley aerial tramway aka salt tram)

Amid the searing heat of Death Valley National Park in the rain shadow of the...

Posted Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - 07:59
Why on earth would you nickname an abandoned mansion in the French mountains Chateau Banana? Well, the answer is surprisingly obvious...
Posted Thursday, September 14, 2017 - 16:43
Only a month after the first visit to this abandoned recreation home together with my wife, I returned together with my good friend Nordgriller Urbex.
It was the first location of a three-day tour of the area. We had planned a couple more locations on this first day, but we got stuck in a traffic jam and since we still had a way to go to our "urbex-hotel" (a friend where we're staying whenever we're going exploring in the region of Germany), we decided to skip the other ones and only go for this one due to the nice decay.
It was really late in the afternoon when we got there. The sun was almost setting, so we already had to work with our flashlights in some parts of the building.
The warm...
Posted Wednesday, September 13, 2017 - 12:03

Remains of farm access bridge over the abandoned Talla Railway near the A701 in the Scottish Borders.(Image: Walter Baxter. Remains of farm access bridge over the abandoned Talla Railway)

The UK countryside is crisscrossed...

Posted Wednesday, September 13, 2017 - 11:15

I’ve added two more photo workshops to the fall season.  The Grand Theatre in Steubenville, Ohio and the Paramount Theatre in Springfield, MA. Both theaters are full of amazing details to photograph, and I’ll be on hand to help you out with any questions you might have.  All levels of photographer, from beginner to expert, are welcome.

Posted Tuesday, September 12, 2017 - 11:21

Fontburn four-poster stone circle near Morpeth in the heart of Northumberland.(Image: Andrew Curtis. Fontburn four-poster stone circle in Northumberland)

Overlooking Fontburn Reservoir in...

Posted Tuesday, September 12, 2017 - 07:59
Japanese people love euphemisms, especially English ones. Let’s check out another abandoned love hotel!
Posted Monday, September 11, 2017 - 10:41

The former Holme Lane tram depot at Hillsborough, now Tramways Medical Centre.(Image: via Google Street View. The former Holme Lane tram depot at Hillsborough)

For the last...

Posted Sunday, September 10, 2017 - 07:54
After finishing our exploration of the abandoned inn, we still had a lot of time left, so my friend Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland and I decided to check out a potentially cool, but also risky location, an old butter factory.
So we drove for about an hour, and upon arriving, we saw huge posters on the fence that the area was protected by a security service. Not very reassuring, but we wanted to go take a quick peek nonetheless. We found a place to park that couldn't be seen from the road or the factory building, so we were pretty sure that we wouldn't rise any suspicions.
When we got to the street side of the factory, we saw that there were only...
Posted Saturday, September 9, 2017 - 10:46

The Goatstones ancient monument in Northumberland.(Image: Andrew Curtis. The Goatstones ancient monument in...

Posted Wednesday, September 6, 2017 - 17:27
Somewhere in the North of Germany lies this small abandoned inn right in the middle of a small village. About one year ago, my friend Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland and I to go for a short tour on a rainy Sunday morning, and this location was our first stop.
Finding a place to park that didn't look too suspicious and wasn't too far away wasn't that easy. We decided to be bold and park in a nearby residential street.
After unpacking, we had to wait for someone walking his dog to be out of sight, and we quickly walked to the inn to check for an access point.
After our first look around, it didn't seem easy to get in - all the doors were locked and...
Posted Tuesday, September 5, 2017 - 07:59
Last week’s Riverside School and this week’s Riverside Mall have only one thing in common – the riverside part...
Posted Sunday, September 3, 2017 - 08:50
It was the first out of up until now three times that I've visited this place, and it has some of the coolest decay that I have seen so far.
The day was already hot as hell when we left our friend's house relatively early to head home. We had planned to be home early in the evening to have some time to unpack, but had planned some time to explore the old recreation home that was conveniently enough almost right in our path.
Wen we got to the place, we did a drive-by first to check the situation and look for possible entrances.
The way in that I had planned wasn't going to work out due to neighbors sitting right next to it in their yard. So we had to find another parking place which was a bit farther off, and we had to walk the long way to get to the location.
Posted Saturday, September 2, 2017 - 06:38
I had visited this abandoned Soviet military base in the Northeast of Germany once before together with my friend Nordgriller, but since we were in the area anyway and the weather was terrific, my wife and I decided to go for another visit before heading back to our friend's place for dinner. After all, this was the last evening of our summer vacation last year.
The place itself isn't really spectacular, and neither is getting in.
There are no fences or barriers preventing from driving right up to the buildings.
Only the growing trees and bushes could become a hindrance - as well as the mud that is created by the immense humidity you have in a shady forest on hot summer days...
Anyway, we drove right up to the first building, parked there and checked out all remaining...