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Posted Tuesday, February 13, 2018 - 06:59
The Sand Dune Palace is one of the few well-known urbex locations in Tottori – although it shouldn’t be...
Posted Monday, February 12, 2018 - 18:28
In June of 2014, my wife and I had first tried to pay a visit to this abandoned castle. And we did, but we were too chicken to really enter once we got there because the ceilings and floors just looked too dangerous at the time.
More than two years and a lot of experience later, we tried once again, this time in the company of our good friend and tour mate Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex.
It turned out that the reconnaisance we had from the first visit was still accurate. Parking, access - it was still the same, only there was far more people around and lots of cars passing by, so we had some trouble finding the opportune moment to jump the fence, so to speak.
Once we were out of sight, we had to walk...
Posted Thursday, February 8, 2018 - 16:35
In late November of 2016, my wife and I decided to go for a couple of days of touring and visit her mother as well. Since it had been a couple of years since our last tour of that area of Germany, we had a few spots that we had on our list that we definitely wanted to check out.
We asked our friend Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex if he wanted to join us, so it was the three of us that drove South on a dark and windy Tuesday morning.As our first spot, we had decided on an abandoned loading silo of an iron ore mine. My wife and I had already explored this spot back in 2014, but since Freddy hadn't seen it and it was conveniently on the way, we were eager for a revisit.Just like the first time, we parked on the...
Posted Wednesday, February 7, 2018 - 06:59
Japanese men have a thing for chicks! They love young firm breasts and meaty thighs, preferably while getting drunk...
Posted Friday, February 2, 2018 - 16:23
It was afternoon when Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex and I arrived at the final location of our short tour through the Northeast of Germany back in November of 2016. The former airfield that was built more than 80 years ago was located near the autobahn, so it was a pretty convenient stop before starting our way home.
We parked the car by the side of a nearby road and walked the rest of the way.
The afternoon sun and the beginning sunset made for a fantastic light as we walked up to the hangars, and the cold day made the grass crackle beneath our shoes. It was a really unique atmosphere; the air was crisp and the beautiful light emphasized the way nature has been reclaiming this place for the past twenty...
Posted Thursday, February 1, 2018 - 07:00
It was pretty much exactly five years ago when I booked a group tour to North Korea – a rather spontaneous decision after talking to a new colleague from Norway for a while, who had been to the DPRK several times. As a history buff from Germany living in Japan I guess I was destined […]
Posted Sunday, January 28, 2018 - 13:20

The cinema opened in 1940 and has the typical appereance of Art Deco Odeons of the same era despite being fully independant. Some people claim it was due to be an Odeon but they pulled out. I just think they copied the style at the time. The cinema remained in its original one screen setup until closure in 1983 when it was turned into a bingo hall. The bingo hall only lasted 2 years before closing and the cinema was split into 4 cinemas using a periscope setup from the original projection rooms. In 1988 the front stool floor was found to be rotten and the cinema was converted into a three cinema affair with the original upper stools acting as main screen and two smaller screens below. The conversion proved to a short lived affair and the cinema would close for good in 1999. The council...

Posted Tuesday, January 23, 2018 - 11:45

The beginnings of the firm of Robert Fletcher & Son Limited are lost in the mist of time. It is probably that it was one of the first concerns which the industrial revolution brought to this part or Lancashire. It is know that the firm was first owned by a family called Crompton. They traded under the name of Ralph Crompton and Nephews, Bleachers and Papermakers, Stoneclough and Manchester. The influence of the bleaching side of the business is traceable in some of the terms still in use in the mill. Paper was first made at Stoneclough in 1829.

Robert Fletcher entered the firm as a young man in his twenties in the year 1830. His ability brought him to the notice of his employers and he became manager of the bleaching department and later manager of the whole mill. The...

Posted Tuesday, January 23, 2018 - 06:57
Common cuisine and uncommon architecture – this now abandoned BBQ restaurant once offered food... and food for thought!