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  1. Belgium Chateau Noisey

    I’ve been to Chateau Noisey three times now and every single time it takes my breathe away. This fairytale castle is a favourite amongst those who wander abandoned buildings, unfortunately a lot is destroyed by fire. In times like encountering these places, you need a minute or two to just…

  2. Austria Care Home

    A care home we explored in Austria

  3. Hungary Soviet Steam Train

    This iconic Máv 424 053 is a fine example of the Class-424 locomotive manufactured in 1941 by the firm Mávag. It features the chassis number 5345 and vehicle number 424.127 though this locomotive was renumbered several times, to 424.189 in 1961 and then to 424.053 in 1982. The train saw…

  4. Russia Summer Camps

    A collection of Russian summer camps we visited.

  5. Austria House

    An abandoned house in Austria with all items left untouched. 

  6. USA Eastern State Penitentiary

    Eastern State Penitentiary was one of the world’s most expensive prisons and wandering around, it certainly felt more extravagant and impressive than a lot of the prisons I have been inside; with large sky lit cells, long, high corridors and grand architecture. It definitely felt as though it could not…

  7. USA Abandoned Churches

    This is a collection of photographs taken in various abandoned churches we found while exploring in the USA in 2016

  8. UK Crookham Court

    Crookham Court was built around the beginning of 14th century and destroyed in 1543, and Crookham House which was demolished in 1850. The construction of the building now started around this time and for the next 50 years. It has been a manor house and then a school. The US…

  9. UK Morgue

    Getting into this abandoned morgue was a bit of a squeeze, but once inside I was faced with the dank, dull smell of decay which hit me the moment I walked in, with lots of water damage and the huge onset of decay, this already depressing place was enhanced. the…

  10. UK Hobbit House

    My adventure with Matt Emmett took me to this unusual abandoned house in the middle of the countryside. It was made by one man years ago to house sheep, but since he moved to Scotland it is now unused. It has since been nick named the Hobbits house. While visiting…

  11. UK Orphanage

    On walking into this one room of an abandoned orphanage in the UK, it felt like all my passions for exploring abandoned buildings had been rolled into one beautiful space and moment in time. The perfect mix of elegance and the beautiful decaying textures on the walls. The puddled water…

  12. UK Poole Park Asylum

    The first time I attempted to see Poole Park asylum was on a UK road trip with Voytek and Danny, unfortunately instead of making it inside and just a minute away, we drove down the drive and into not one, but two giant potholes, which punctured two tires. So instead…

  13. UK Soviet Submarine

    I visited this amazing Soviet Submarine, with James, it was truly magnificent and very enjoyable to look around. The most amazing was seeing the torpedo tubes, in all their glory with bright red Soviet stars painted on their front. Also the living quarters and imagining how over 70 men could…

  14. Belgium Blue Christ Church

    This was a beautiful church in Belgium, full of dust and cobwebs, but with exquisite wooden carvings all over, especially the alter, built in the 19th century it is absolutely huge and very impressive, I was with Darren, Nick and Dursty taking photos when we got interrupted by a large…

  15. Latvia Vehicle Graveyard

    Before getting on the plane at Riga to go back to the UK after exploring or 8 days with Lauris and Alex, I made a last stop at this vehicle graveyard near the airport. This aviation museum represents the largest collection of military planes and vehicles in Europe. It includes…

  16. UK Heysham Trench Graves

    I visited the fascinating Heysham Trench Graves near Lancashire in the ruins of St Patrick’s Church, nearby to St Peter’s Church. The open stone graves near the sea were an almost mythical sight to behold; apparently dating from the 11th century, they could be the first examples of Christian burials…

  17. Havana Cuba

    Myself, Richie and Tommy spent a week in Cuba photographing the decayed streets of Havana, it was an amazing experience like stepping back in time, to a place untouched by Mc Donalds and high street stores. 

  18. Belgium L’Ecole Labyrinthe

    In January 2103, myself, Voytek, Sev and Michael went to Belgium for a couple of days to explore, this was a fantastic abandoned school. This school was the first Europe location I had set my eyes on earlier that year and I knew I had to see the glorious endless…

  19. Estonia Riisipere Manor

    This grand manor house was erected in 1818, and offers a good example of the neoclassical architecture of that time. During the Soviet occupation of Estonia, the building was used as an orphanage until its eventual closure in 1994. 

  20. UK The Underwater Ballroom

    Since visiting the ballroom in 2012 the owners have redeveloped the estate and have moved in, how lucky for them that that this ballroom is now in their back garden, I feel lucky to have seen it while I did as it is no longer abandoned and so would be…

  21. Germany Spree Park

    The theme park was opened in 1969 it was the only entertainment park in the GDR, The area around the Ferris wheel was converted into a water landscape. Roller coasters, two game water courses, a stage, a Western town and an English village were added to the park. But since…

  22. Germany Krampnitz

    Myself, Micahel, Danny and Ian fought through the woods and swarms of mosquitos to make it to this ex army base. Krampnitz was constructed in 1937, and used by the Germans as an elite riding & driving school. Soon after the cavalry school moved here from Hanover and the estate…

  23. Cambodia Killing Caves

    We made our way into the killing caves in Cambodia, taking our shoes off at the entrance. The smell of incense burned in the air. I gazed up at a hole high above my head and knew that thousands of Cambodians had fallen to their deaths through that hole; not…

  24. Germany Wonka Mansion

    Visited with Nik, Danny and Voytek on our Germany adventure, this beautiful mansion used to be the home of a famous local chocolatier, his factory was built at the end of the 19th century and chocolate was created here and shipped all around the world.  The brand of chocolate still…

  25. Belgium Tapioca Farm

    We travel for hours for locations and on trips abroad we try to fit as many locations in as possible, we wake up before dawn and shoot till the light goes down, exhausted we make our way to a cheap hotel on route or even sometimes we sleep in the…

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