Pritzker Fac is an abandoned college in Belgium. The amazingly grand admin block with it’s huge fireplace and crystal chandeliers is in fantastic condition.
Cellatex was a factory that specialised in the production of artificial silk. The company headquarters were based in the administration block of the premises.
Hotel Thermale was a hotel in France. Water from local springs was used in mineral baths, and was believed to have curing properties.
Globe Mills were built in 1887-9 by the newly established Globe Worsted company of Slaithwaite in the Clone Valley near Huddersfield. The site is now being redeveloped.
There were 15 primary schools and 5 secondary schools in Pripyat. Toys and exercise books still remain strewn across the floor as a stark reminder of children that once attended.
Salve Mater Sanatorium was a psychiatric hospital in Belgium, set up by the Sisters of Mercy to treat only women. The hospital closed in 1997 was used by an artist.
Chateau JM is an abandoned mansion in Belgium, holding stunning, pristine architecture. Now sitting in the centre a large hospital, the building has been disused for a while.
Crookham Court is a manor house built around 1850. The house had many uses over the years, including use as a family home and as a school until it’s closure in the 1990s.
Le Sanatorium d’Aincourt was a hospital specialising in open-air treatment for tuberculosis. It was the largest such sanatorium to be built in France.
Château du Cavalier is a grand forgotten mansion in France. The contents have now been removed, however the architecture and decoration are very appealing.