Sanatorium B

Author Frits Vrielink - Last updated: 07.05.2010

So here a little input from me.

There where some Dutch soap series that have done some filming inside this building. GTST has done their 4000th episode in here.

This one is still clean and untouched by youth or so, no graffiti or that kind of things. It’s not a big location but still nice to visit when you are close to this area.

A few of my shots….









More shots available here


#1michelleMay 7, 2010, 6:30 pm

I like your blog, just getting into the bug of urban investigations…still a rookie, after all this time…love the websites, also would love to go on a visit to some old ruined place. Get the old grey cells working…still stuck in the 20thC, no digi cams just an old automatic wind on camera. Only just got set up with a laptop and getting my other half to help me navigate the web and do emails. Keep it up, on twitter I’m dudleyroad!!!!!!!!!!!!

    #2sophos9May 9, 2010, 6:40 pm

    Great, glad you are getting into exploring – does not matter what gear you have, its all about the experience :)

#3Mr. MonsterJuly 13, 2010, 8:25 am

great location dude!
thank you for the revisit!
and the e tripod!

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