Hospital No. 126 was the general infirmary for Pripyat. The first firemen to respond to the Chernobyl Disaster were taken here and their clothing remains radioactive.
Mont G is an abandoned monastery in Belgium, built around the turn of the turn of the 20th century. The stunning chapel is in pristine condition.
The abandoned town of Pripyat was home to the workers of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, up until it’s evacuation three days after the disaster at the plant.
A hospital in Shropshire specialising in mental health which opened in 1845 as the Shropshire and Montgomery County Asylum.
An Art Deco styled synagogue was built in the 1930’s to a radical new design. This place for Jewish worship has a stunning huge space and plenty of items left behind.
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.
St Joseph’s Seminary in Upholland was one of two institutions in the North of England proving education to those wishing to enter the priesthood.
L’école FMP is a school and college building in France. The beautiful building has recently closed and the faculties moved to another campus.
George Barnsley & Sons were the world’s largest producer of files and cutting tools for the shoemaking industry, based at the Cornish Works in Sheffield.
A Victorian school in the UK that was later used by an Islamic group purported to teach students to become Islamic leaders.