Tag : Corridor

Stanford Hall, Nottinghamshire

Stanford Hall, Nottinghamshire, UK

Stanford Hall is a grand country house that closed after having several uses. An Art Deco theatre remains in perfect condition.

Royal Naval Hospital Haslar aka Serenity Hospital

Royal Naval Hospital Haslar, Gosport, UK

The Royal Hospital Haslar was the largest hospital in England. It had a long and distinguished history serving military personnel, and later civilians. The site closed in 2009.

The Maids Morgue - Abandoned Mortuary

Maiden Law Hospital Morgue, Durham

An abandoned morgue with a white porcelain slab. The mortuary shows no signs of damage, only natural decay after being left forgotten for several years.

RAF Upwood Medical Clinic

RAF Upwood Clinic, Huntingdon, UK

The clinic in the grounds of RAF Upwood was operated by USAF until it closed in 2012. It is much more modern than the rest of the RAF base.

Bishop Street Post Office, Leicester

Bishop Street Post Office, Leicester

The post office in Leicester opened in 1935 and featured a large public space with grand ceiling. It closed in 2007 and has stood empty ever since.

Beelitz Heilstätten Male Pavilion

Beelitz-Heilstätten – Male Pavilion – Germany

The Pavilion of the Male Sanatorium at Beelitz was the primary treatment area for sufferers of tuberculosis. The building is huge with extensive open-air treatment areas.

Wünsdorf, Haus Der Offiziere

Haus Der Offiziere, Wünsdorf, Germany

The town of Wünsdorf was the headquarters of the Soviet forces in East Germany, and was the largest military base in Europe.

Blue Theatre Hospital, Germany

Blue Theatre Military Hospital, Germany

An abandoned military hospital in Germany. Built around 1890, the hospital was in use until around 1990. An operating table remains in the hospitals theatre.

Wheelchair Hospital

Hospital of Wheelchairs, Germany

The Hospital of Wheelchairs in an abandoned care home in Germany that is full of forgotten wheel chairs. The hospital closed after an unfortunate accident.

Easington Colliery Primary School, Durham

Easington Colliery Primary School, Durham

The Primary School in Easington Colliery near Durham opened in 1913 and could accommodate 1,296 children. It closed in the late 1990’s and has stood empty ever since.