“The explorer is the person who is lost.” - Photo by Jan Bommes
"It had been more than six months since our last tour together with our friend Freddy, and we really had fun again driving around in the Northeast of Germany looking for abandoned spots. The highlight for this tour was an abandoned old barge that had been used to transport bricks from a brick factory through various channels to the river for further transport. In fact, this rusty old ship - next to some remains of the loading terminal - is the only thing that is left of the brick factory. We had to walk a while through the forest before we had finally found it, but when we did, we foud out that it was totally worth the hike!"
There is no information regarding the history of this abandoned home in the South of Denmark.
The things that were left behind that the last owner was German....(more)
Less than 10 kilomters from the North Sea in the southern part of Denmark, stands this abandoned farmhouse. It is well more than 150 years old, yet nothing is known about its history.
The roof has apparently been fixed up some time ago, which explains the building's relatively good condition....(more)
On the way to our next location, my friend Nordgriller Urbex and I passed this abandoned farmhouse. It was that typical moment where one looks at the other and says "Did you see that, too?", and you start looking for a place to turn the car around.
We parked the car on the field next to the house and started looking around. There are buildings that look like they're being used, but the farmhouse was definitely abandoned, so we went in to check it out.
It wasn't really spectacular. Mostly empty rooms and no furniture or tools of any kind left. But what made this location worthwile was the fantastic light that the winter sun cast into some of the rooms.....(more)