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Urbex Maison Radio [BE]

Visited in May 2015 and again in November 2015, this house has a really amazing collection of old radios. Some were stacked in a dark room which made it hard to photograph them. 63 more words

Urban Exploration

Intimate Landscapes

Sometimes its the little things that make the difference. As a landscape photographer I am always on the search for the BIG image the WOW image the right light in the right location to make a big impact. 1,282 more words


Urban Exploration: The Exchange

As technology advances we leave the old ways of doing things behind. Sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worst. Either way, for the most part, old technology is simply ripped out, sent away for scrap and quickly forgotten. 431 more words



These grand buildings once stood tall as Canon Brewery, distributing their bitter around Yorkshire and then Nationwide at it’s peak. In it’s golden years Canon Brewery housed Stones Bitter, run at the time by the late Joseph Watts and carried on at this site by William Stones himself. 282 more words


The abandoned church ‘Prinz Wilhelm Gedachtniskirche’ (Pisarzowice, Poland)

When you’re pasing through Pisarzowice, it’s worth to turn onto a backroad and visit a beautiful abandoned Protestant church hidden among trees. It was built at the beginning of XX century on order of Prince Gustav Biron von Curland in memory of his dead son Wilhelm. 95 more words


Eastown's final show

Alright guys so as promised here are some of the pictures of Eastown before the demolition really started. I plan on going out there again today and update you with more in the next coming days. 242 more words


Żukowice, semi-abandoned village (Poland)

Żukowice is a small village in Lower Silesia (Poland). Once the village was quite big (in 1973 it had 1060 inhabitants, there was a school, library, cinema here) but it became almost abandoned until 1995, as a copper smelter had been built there and the environment became too polluted to live. 29 more words