August 16, 2018

New Video: Hotel Teddybear

Hi guys! Now that my wife and I have returned from our urbex summer vacation, I finally have some time to edit photos and videos.
This one ist the first of a couple of short videos I am going to post from some of the spots we visited.
The hotel has been abandoned for about ten years, and I'd visited it once before about a year ago. This second visit gave me the opportunity to make this quick video - and also take some more photos ;)

July 22, 2018

Tour Report: The District Court

After finishing up our exploration of the abandoned district hospital, my wife and I went to check out the second location on our list for the day.
The abandoned building that used to be the local jail before its use as a courthouse sits right next to the hospital buildings - its access point is even the same as the one for the hospital.
We left the hospital through the hole in the fence and went along the back wall of the courthouse until we found the open window that we had spotted on the way in. It was a small window, so we struggled a bit to get in, but we made it.
The inside of the building was somewhat disappointing, because it had obviously been used for residential purposes during the years of the German separaton, and these years and the years after that haven't been kind to the interior...
We stayed for about half an hour before we went on our way again to drive to the third location.

To find out more about the history of this place and to check out all the photos, click the button below.

July 15, 2018

Tour Report: The District Hospital

On a sunny Sunday in March of 2017, my wife and I went on a short tour through the Northeastern part of Germany. I had four locations planned that were realtively close to each other.
So after the about a two-hour drive, we arrived at the first location - an abandoned hospital - at around 10 in the morning.
There was a public parking area right next to the location.
We got out of the car and walked along the street without our gear checking for access points, but also for spots where nosy neighbors might be able to see you.
There was no obvious access point, so I checked around the side behind the building next to our first spot - which was to be our second spot ;)
And what I found wasn't just the access to the hospital, but also a way in for location number two. So that was a successful scouting right there!
Entering itself was pretty easy - there was a hole in the wall/fence surrounding the old hospital, so we could just walk through. We had to be careful going for the entrance of the hospital itself, because you can be spotted going there from the street, but we managed to go in between two passing cars.
The hospital is made up of different parts from different eras and in various stages of decay and vandalism. Nothing of the original interior is left, so it's no spectacular spot, but it was a nice little location to start a day of exploring.

To find out more about the history of this place and to check out all the photos, click the button below.

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