October 21, 2019

Tour Report: Children's Home "Algae Bloom"

It was December, and we had planned a short explore for our traditional annual Christmas tour. Just like in the years before, our plan was to go West and check out a few spots along the North Sea.
As always, we were accompanied by my mother-in-law, and this time our friend Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex was also with us.
The first location that we had on our list was an abandoned children's home. A friend of ours had visited this place about a year before us and had given us a few hints regarding the entry, so it shouldn't be too tough.
It was the typical weather for the region and the time of year - rain and wind. Lots of it. But that wasn't going to keep us - after all, we knew how to get in, so we wouldn't have to be outside for too long.
At least that's what we thought.
Finding the place was easy, but the access wasn't accessible anymore. There was no way in. We walked around the building for about half an hour, and we checked every door and every window, but nothing was open.
Luckily, the location consists of two parts. There is a swimming pool that belonged to the children's home - and that building was open!
So after all, the first location was at least a partial success - and the swimming pool was really nice. The humidity inside had caused a nice growth of moss and algae on many of the surfaces, so I managed to get something of that green that I like so much :)
About an hour after entry, we left the place again and drove off to the second spot.

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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