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Castello GG | IT | 2012 Castello GG | IT | 2012(0)

Hey my fellow urbexers!!

Here is another set from my trip to Italy!! Read More

Monastère O Monastère O(0)

In the early 20th century a farmers familiy gave a piece of land to a religious congregation of sisters to build a small monastry with retirement home for the poor. Although it was extended in the ’50s the place had to close down and the inhabitants were moved to different facilities. Read More

Bluebell House Bluebell House(0)

Visited this place back in may with Lee/Ratters, Wiffsmith, Gatesy and Timster
In my opinion it is probably the best explore ever!!…The place was like a museum with things left there since 1940′s
I’ll let the pictures tell you the rest… Read More

Royal Masonic School – August 2012 Royal Masonic School – August 2012(0)

The Royal Masonic School for Boys was an independent school for boys in England. I used to drive past this campus on a weekly if not daily basis so after seeing Landie’s report from site I just had to pop my head around the remaining corridors to see what the old boy was like. Visited in the excellent company of OMJ, Headflux and a non member. Read More

Manor H Manor H(0)

Not sure if you guys have already seen this place, I have seen it in other forums.

Only got about an hour inside before the light faded, so I’ll be going back for more soon! Read More

Villa Stockmans Villa Stockmans(0)

A great little house set in its own grounds in a sleepy Belgium village , we were just to late with this one most of the goodies had been removed by the time we got here so heres what we saw ….. Read More

Manor T Manor T(1)

Right so I have finally got around to editing some of my old sets.
These shots were taken in December 2011 while out with Timster1973 and Wiffsmiff23. Read More

Mansion He [LUX] Mansion He [LUX](1)

Beautiful mansion with amazing natural decay, like so many others around that part of Europe. Read More

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