June 23, 2017

Special Care Clinic F.

At first, I couldn't believe it when I found out that this place has been abandoned for more than 13 years, it was in such an amazing shape.
I guess that the really remote location did its part in keeping this spot relatively secret for so long.
It's really sad, because from what I've heard, a lot of stuff has been stolen in the past couple of months after more and more photos appeared on the web...
But from the top.
After we had finished checking out the old train, our friend Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland took us to  a spot that he had discovered but not explored yet. So it was a completely unknown spot. After driving a while on some back roads, we finally got to the tiny village where this clinic was supposed to be. And there it was - sitting right across the neighbor's house.
We drove straight onto the former clinic's parking spot which was hidden behind a line of trees and bushes, so we were out of sight.
After a short strategy meeting we decided to stick with our successful method of "just going in" and walked straight towards the building, climbed over a fence and checked for a way in. It was quickly found and we were in...
Except for a terrible stench in the pool area and fire extinguishers emptied all over the place, it was mostly untouched. A really amazing place, though it could have had a little more decay if you ask me.
After a bout two and a half hours, we left...but I was going to return...


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June 17, 2017

The Last Train from Denmark

Late in July of last year, our friend Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland took my wife and me for a short tour through the North of Germany.
Our first stop were a couple of old railway cars that I had noticed a bunch of times from the train going through a small town, but this was the first chance I had to check them out frome up close.
There was a public parking lot really close by and the area wasn't really off limits, so we just walked up to the old train. The first cars we passed were freight cars, but a few meters further, we reached the passenger cars.
Considering the long time that they had been standing there, they were still in a remarkable condition.

There were a lot of details to be seen - especially when we found the wagon full of railway memorabilia.
We went through the train for the entire length before we went back to the car to head for the next location.
From what I've heard (and seen from other urbexer's photos), the trains's windows have since been boarded up and most of the doors have been sealed.


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June 11, 2017

Farmhouse F.

As the last spot on our tour through Denmark, Pixelctacker, Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland and I chose a relatively unsure location somewhere near a larger city.
It was in the middle of a village, but it was definitely abandoned.
We parked right in front of it and since there were no signs, we just walked through the gatehouse and started checking the place out.
The farmhouse was in the final stages of decay. A large part of the roof had collapsed, so had some of the floors. The decay was beautiful!
Before we started leaving, we quickly checked out the barn and in the attic we found the servants' rooms with really great decay and old straw beds.
From what I've heard, the place has been demolished since. I'm really glad that I got the chance to explore it!


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