Brogyntyn Hall / House of Tears is a grand abandoned hall in the UK. The history of the house is a sad tale involving tragic deaths, suicides and car crashes.
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 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.
Château Rochendaal is a small castle built by a lawyer who later became mayor. The château was taken over by the Nazis and used as officers accommodation.
The town of Wünsdorf was the headquarters of the Soviet forces in East Germany, and was the largest military base in Europe.
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.
Cambridge Military Hospital opened in 1879 to serve the British Army. It was also used by the NHS in later years and closed in 1996.
The fully equipped Radiology department at Cambridge Military Hospital, in perfect condition complete with functional X-Ray machines.
RAF Kirton Lindsey was opened in the 1940’s. The site was passed between various administrations and finally closed in 2013. Iraq maps and other paperwork hint at its former use.