theforgottenplaces:

Renaissance Center- Australia, Nsw , Blue Mountains.
Eddie Knott

theforgottenplaces:

Queen Victoria abandoned hospital.

simonthollotphotography:

Alpine derelictionLa Mure, France - July 2014
simonthollotphotography:

Alpine derelictionLa Mure, France - July 2014
simonthollotphotography:

Alpine derelictionLa Mure, France - July 2014
simonthollotphotography:

Alpine derelictionLa Mure, France - July 2014
simonthollotphotography:

Alpine derelictionLa Mure, France - July 2014
simonthollotphotography:

Alpine derelictionLa Mure, France - July 2014
simonthollotphotography:

Alpine derelictionLa Mure, France - July 2014
simonthollotphotography:

Alpine derelictionLa Mure, France - July 2014
simonthollotphotography:

Alpine derelictionLa Mure, France - July 2014

simonthollotphotography:

Alpine dereliction

La Mure, France - July 2014

(Source: dmn)

schuylerl:

#AbandonedPorn: #UrbanExploring a Deserted Factory
Philly, 2013
By SchuylerL.tumblr.com

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  1. Camera: Nikon D5100
  2. Aperture: f/2.8
  3. Exposure: 1/25th
  4. Focal Length: 11mm
  1. Camera: Nikon D80
  2. Aperture: f/22
  3. Exposure: 1/200th
  4. Focal Length: 28mm
abandoned-but-loved:

St Georges buildings date back to 1818. With its impressive Georgian façade you could be forgiven for thinking it looked more like a country house than an Asylum. Originally built as the Staffordshire County Asylum to house just 120 Patients numbers steadily grew and the buildings were extended and expanded to ease overcrowding, In the early 1950’s the Asylum was renamed as St Georges Hospital at the time there were nearly 1000 patients being treated at St Georges. The hospital was closed in 1994 and the buildings have mostly been left to rot, repeated fires, arson attacks and vandalism have mixed with natural decay to create a site that’s particularly bare and bleak.
(Photos and text by: http://www.abandoned-britain.com/photos.html)
abandoned-but-loved:

St Georges buildings date back to 1818. With its impressive Georgian façade you could be forgiven for thinking it looked more like a country house than an Asylum. Originally built as the Staffordshire County Asylum to house just 120 Patients numbers steadily grew and the buildings were extended and expanded to ease overcrowding, In the early 1950’s the Asylum was renamed as St Georges Hospital at the time there were nearly 1000 patients being treated at St Georges. The hospital was closed in 1994 and the buildings have mostly been left to rot, repeated fires, arson attacks and vandalism have mixed with natural decay to create a site that’s particularly bare and bleak.
(Photos and text by: http://www.abandoned-britain.com/photos.html)
abandoned-but-loved:

St Georges buildings date back to 1818. With its impressive Georgian façade you could be forgiven for thinking it looked more like a country house than an Asylum. Originally built as the Staffordshire County Asylum to house just 120 Patients numbers steadily grew and the buildings were extended and expanded to ease overcrowding, In the early 1950’s the Asylum was renamed as St Georges Hospital at the time there were nearly 1000 patients being treated at St Georges. The hospital was closed in 1994 and the buildings have mostly been left to rot, repeated fires, arson attacks and vandalism have mixed with natural decay to create a site that’s particularly bare and bleak.
(Photos and text by: http://www.abandoned-britain.com/photos.html)
abandoned-but-loved:

St Georges buildings date back to 1818. With its impressive Georgian façade you could be forgiven for thinking it looked more like a country house than an Asylum. Originally built as the Staffordshire County Asylum to house just 120 Patients numbers steadily grew and the buildings were extended and expanded to ease overcrowding, In the early 1950’s the Asylum was renamed as St Georges Hospital at the time there were nearly 1000 patients being treated at St Georges. The hospital was closed in 1994 and the buildings have mostly been left to rot, repeated fires, arson attacks and vandalism have mixed with natural decay to create a site that’s particularly bare and bleak.
(Photos and text by: http://www.abandoned-britain.com/photos.html)
abandoned-but-loved:

St Georges buildings date back to 1818. With its impressive Georgian façade you could be forgiven for thinking it looked more like a country house than an Asylum. Originally built as the Staffordshire County Asylum to house just 120 Patients numbers steadily grew and the buildings were extended and expanded to ease overcrowding, In the early 1950’s the Asylum was renamed as St Georges Hospital at the time there were nearly 1000 patients being treated at St Georges. The hospital was closed in 1994 and the buildings have mostly been left to rot, repeated fires, arson attacks and vandalism have mixed with natural decay to create a site that’s particularly bare and bleak.
(Photos and text by: http://www.abandoned-britain.com/photos.html)

abandoned-but-loved:

St Georges buildings date back to 1818. With its impressive Georgian façade you could be forgiven for thinking it looked more like a country house than an Asylum. Originally built as the Staffordshire County Asylum to house just 120 Patients numbers steadily grew and the buildings were extended and expanded to ease overcrowding, In the early 1950’s the Asylum was renamed as St Georges Hospital at the time there were nearly 1000 patients being treated at St Georges. The hospital was closed in 1994 and the buildings have mostly been left to rot, repeated fires, arson attacks and vandalism have mixed with natural decay to create a site that’s particularly bare and bleak.

(Photos and text by: http://www.abandoned-britain.com/photos.html)

photorator:

Old ferris wheel in Spreepark Berlin

beautyofabandonedplaces:

Creepy abandoned house in Kvammen, Norway [OC] [5184 × 3456] http://imgur.com/r/AbandonedPorn/vaeOZ2z

medienheld:

Abandoned Berlin

tomalone:

Abandoned Church

  1. Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
  2. Aperture: f/14
  3. Exposure: 1/400th
  4. Focal Length: 47mm