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Posted Wednesday, December 13, 2017 - 10:54

The old school in Emu Flat, Victoria, Australia.(Image: Melburnian. The old school in Emu Flat, Victoria)...

Posted Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - 06:59
Even though the Fukushima Theme Park was never affected by radioactivity or the huge tsunami of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake, it was nevertheless a victim of the circumstances caused by the costliest natural disaster in history...
Posted Friday, December 8, 2017 - 19:37
In November of last year, I got a visit by my friend North Urbex who was in town for a couple of days.
We had decided to go for a short touor to check out some spots in the region, and this abandoned villa in my hometown was our first spot relatively early in the morning.
We only had to drive a couple of minutes from my home until we got to the place. We parked the car a bit further away to not arise any suspicions - the villa is in a wealthy part of town, and neighbors in these quarters are kind of twitchy when it comes to strangers sneaking around their houses ;)

We had to wait a couple of minutes until some people had passed, and then we leisurely strolled right onto the premises, up to the front...
Posted Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 06:59
What started out as a very specific blog (abandonment) in a very specific area (Kansai) had quickly outgrown itself – after a few weeks I went exploring in a different area of Japan for the first time (Chubu), after a few months I left honshu, the main island, for that purpose (Kyushu). By now I’ve […]
Posted Tuesday, December 5, 2017 - 06:59
“Another Pachinko parlor? Really? With no videos and just a few pictures? Are you serious?” Well, welcome to exploration reality… Reading the comments here and on Facebook I realize that there are quite a few misperceptions about Abandoned Kansai. While this blog and all connected social media channels (including every bit of content) are run […]
Posted Thursday, November 30, 2017 - 08:58

The Beaulieu letters at East Boldre in the New Forest.(Image: Mike Searle. The Beaulieu letters at East Boldre)

Since the end of the 1950s, the old wartime fighter base RAF Beaulieu has steadily returned...

Posted Thursday, November 30, 2017 - 06:59
Dear Japan, So… squat toilets – what’s that all about? I know, I know: Squat toilets are widely used all over the planet and not a Japan exclusive thing – but they are common in the country I currently live in and not in the country I grew up in (or the States, where most […]
Posted Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 12:51
This one was a completely unexpected and accidental find. After a dey of exploring in Eastern Germany, my wife and I, along with our friends Pixelcracker and Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland, were on our way home. We were driving to our planned location when we all saw the beautiful facade of a thoroughly burned building, and we decided to stop for a quick peek.
This renovated old castle caught on fire not too long ago and burned down to its foundations, so there really wouldn't have been anything to see even if we had gotten inside.
But from the outside, we were still able to see the...
Posted Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 06:59
Life is full of surprises – the Asahi elementary school was so, too!
Posted Monday, November 27, 2017 - 15:25

London Road Shelter in the Portsdown area of Portsmouth was constructed as a shelter during the second world war. The second deep shelter of its type in Portsmouth it was designed to hold 2’500 people with a contingency for another 1’500 at absolute full capacity. The tunnels are bulit into the surrounding white chalk hills. The shelter contained many amenities such as toilets, kitchens and recreational areas for chilrdren.  The tunnels have been abandoned and sealed/backfilled since the end of the second world war.


Posted Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 06:59
A small, but quintessential Japanese conference center in the Japanese countryside – but most of all: a deathtrap!
Posted Sunday, November 19, 2017 - 12:06
After a great first day on our tour in late October of 2016, my wife and I, as well as our friends Pixelcracker and Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland, all spent the night at a friends' house - not after we had a nice barbecue to finish off the day.
The next morning, we all had breakfast and left at a convenient time (that means not too early!). We had two possible spots planned for the day that were on the way back home, so that we wouldn't be arriving home too late.
The first spot of the day was an abandoned forestry school. We had to drive about 40 kilomters to get to the location....
Posted Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 15:09
After we had finished exploring the old mental asylum - but definitely not before we had finished the cake! - we still had a little bit of daylight left at our disposal. After all, it was late October, and the weather as well as the time behaved accordingly.
We - that included Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland, Pixelcracker, my wife and myself - decided to go for a short exploration of a nearby nuclear weapons depot that had been built during the Soviet occupation.
After an...