exploration

Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House

A very decayed farm house somewhere in rural Belgium, Maison le grand georges. The previous owners left or departed leaving all their possessions behind some 30 years ago.

Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House

Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House

Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House

Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House
Maison le grand georges abandoned Belgium Farm House

Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf urban exploration

An abandoned detached farm house in Belgium. Items around the house indicate the old owner was named Gustaaf.

Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse

Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse

Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse

Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse

Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse
Abandoned Belgium Maison Gustaaf farmhouse

Abandoned Hospital the Cambridge Military Hospital

Urban decay and peeling paint. The Cambridge Military Hospital opened its doors to patients in 1879. The name Cambridge came from His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge who was the Commander-in-Chief of the Army at the time. The hospital was built on a hill because current clinical thinking at the time thought that the wind would sweep away any infection and clean the air. The CMH was famed for its supposedly mile long corridor, with self contained wards and rooms branching off on either side.

It was hoped that this design would reduce cross infection. The Louise Margaret Hospital opened in 1898 and eventually changed its name and purpose in 1958 to become the Louise Margaret Maternity Hospital, caring solely for mothers and babies. The CMH was used throughout its years to house casualties from the majority of the wars this country has seen; from the first world war upto the first gulf war. The Cambridge Military Hospital closed down in 1996. Many factors were given as the reason for its closure; cost to maintain, efficiency and asbestos were among them.

Cambridge Military Hospital
Cambridge Military Hospital
LLMH - Theatre Corridor
LLMH – Theatre Corridor
LLMH - Blackout
LLMH – Blackout

LMMH - Switch
LMMH – Switch
LMMH - Peeling Paint and open doors
LMMH – Peeling Paint and open doors
LMMH - The lights are on
LMMH – The lights are on

lmmh - peeltastic with correction
lmmh – peeltastic with correction
CMH - Hospital
CMH – Hospital
CMH - Lonely Ward
CMH – Lonely Ward

Louise Margaret Maternity Hospital - Bathroom
Louise Margaret Maternity Hospital – Bathroom
LMMH - Peeling Paint
LMMH – Peeling Paint
Louise Margaret Maternity Hospital - The Bleeding Doors
Louise Margaret Maternity Hospital – The Bleeding Doors

Cambridge Military Hospital - Corridor Lamps
Cambridge Military Hospital – Corridor Lamps
CMH - Admin Corridor
CMH – Admin Corridor
CMH - Hospital
CMH – Hospital

Lillesden school for girls

Lillesden School for Girls occupies what used to be the Lillesden Estate Mansion, built at the estate (south of Hawkhurst) by the banker Edward Loyd, who co-founded the Loyd Entwistle & Co bank, which later became the District Bank and ultimately the National Westminster (Natwest). Loyd had Lillesden Mansion built after he married Caroline Louisa Foster on the 12th March 1846 at Ashton-on-Mersey. He bought the Lillesden estate at Hawkhurst, Kent in 1853 and built the mansion, finished in 1855.

Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls

Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls

Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls

Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls
Lillesden School for girls

Lillesden school for girls – mirror mirror

Just got back from here and had a really good explore. This was an old Manor/Mansion that was converted into a school. Someone nicked the lead from the roof a while back and since then the inside floors and ceilings have all rotted away. I heard a rumour an explorer suffered a fatality here.

lillesden school for girls mirror mirror
lillesden school for girls mirror mirror

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