Prison H15 Cell Block

Urbex: Prison H15, France – January 2014 (revisit) Part 2 of 2

Part 2 of my first revisit to the abandoned Prison H15 in France. Highlights of this trip were definitely covering the parts I missed on the first visit, the rooftops, the well hidden green wing and getting up the guard tower for the cool external shot below 🙂 enjoy the rest of the photos 🙂

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Asylum G Scotland The Ballroom

Urbex: Glasgow District Asylum aka Gartloch Hospital aka Asylum G, Scotland – January 2014

Glasgow District Asylum aka Gartloch Hospital began construction in 1989 and is located on Gartloch road in near the village of Gartcosh. The Asylum finally opened its doors in 1986 and after exactly 100 years serving various patients the Hospital finally closed in 1996…

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Another Orphanage The Staircase

Urbex: Another Orphanage, Somewhere – December 2013 (Revisit)

History Built in the early 1800’s this beautiful building was for the majority of its occupied life an orphanage particularly catering to the children of actors. Th property was later utilised as a nursing school before closing in the 1990’s . Plans were submitted to establish a home for various types of criminal offenders during…

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Morgue P Slab

Urbex: Morgue P, Down South, United Kingdom – December 2013 (revisit)

History Part of a live Hospital complex this abandoned morgue is a small little building but it has the capacity for 56 bodies! Morgue P also has 3 metal slabs, although one appears to have lost its horizontal part. Natural decay is really taking its tolls here now and the place was much more run…

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CMH Corridor

Urbex: CMH The Military Hospital, LMM Annex, United Kingdom – December 2013 (revisit 2)

History There is a little more history on my first report from CHM in February 2013. Briefly the Main CMH hospital building was built in 1879 and featured heavily during the first world war in dealing with front line casualties. The hospital is also famous for being the place where plastic surgery was first performed in…

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Whittingham Asylum

Urbex: Whittingham Asylum, Goosnargh, Lancashire – December 2013 (revisit 5)

It was Boxing day, we decided to have a bit of a gathering for a few beverages and a bit of lunch in the main hall 🙂 Visited with too many people to count let alone list! We staggered our entries and exits and everyone managed to get in and out without a hitch 🙂 I cant say I’m the biggest fan of large group explores but every now and again when the situation calls for it they can be a laugh!

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National Gas Turbine Establishment Pyestock Air House Cooling Towers

Urbex: National Gas Turbine Establishment aka NGTE Pyestock, Fleet – December 2013 (revisit 2)

History Some of you may be familiar with some of the history surrounding the mammoth site that was the National Gas Turbine Establishment Pyestock near Fleet. If not be sure to check out my first report for a bit more detail about the whole site and loads more photos before the demolition First visit in…

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CMH Corridor

Urbex: CMH The Military Hospital, LMM Annex, United Kingdom – December 2013 (revisit)

History There is a little more history on my first report from CHM in February 2013. Briefly the Main CMH hospital building was built in 1879 and featured heavily during the first world war in dealing with front line casualties. The hospital is also famous for being the place where plastic surgery was first performed…

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Rossendale General Hospital

Urbex: Rossendale General Hospital, Rossendale, Lancashire – December 2013 (revisit 6)

History For a bit more of a detailed run down on the history of the now abandoned, soon to be completely demolished, Rossendale Hospital check the report from the first visit in January 2013. Briefly, the site started out as a workhouse for the poor built at some point in the late 1800. The site…

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Urbex: RAF Santa’s Grotto, United Kingdom – December 2013

This now abandoned RAF Airbase was for some years under United States Air Force control but later handed back to British RAF control. It was known for housing an early warning mortar detection system. Most of the contents of the base have been strip. The place closed only recently in 2013 so most of the…

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