Last Train To Transcentral by Urbex045

Meet Ramon aka Urbex045. He's 34 years-old and he is into urban exploring since his youth. He has been taking photos of his explorations since 2011. Ramon loves to walk around in abandoned places and imagining about what happened to that place. His most awesome location is known in the scene as Heavy Metal. He visited this place 6 times already. Last week he was caught by security, who were on the lookout for copper thieves.

These pictures are from his trip to an abandoned Eurostar train somewhere in France. Eurostar train set number 373018 was part of the original group of Eurostar trains built to ply the tunnel under the English Channel. But then the train people bought new trains, and 373018 was officially put into "storage." But as you can see, it’s been essentially abandoned since 2014, allowed to be crawled over and reclaimed by nature, graffiti artists, and urban explorers


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A peek inside an abandoned Japanse haunted sex motel

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Awesome pictures of an old Navy Ship

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Warships in France by Photographer Bob Thissen

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An abandoned casino in Romania

Michel from Eindhoven in the Netherlands is an Urban Exploring en he practiced this hobby for quite a few years. With a friend he visited the dream Urban Exploring location from this friend last may, an abandoned casino in Romania. A very cool and awesome experience according to Michel. The location is unknown, but it is on a more than 2 hours drive from Bucharest. The casino is located near the Black Sea and you must have permission to visit this location. More pictures from Michel can be seen on his Flickr page.

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Urban Exploring pictures from Provost Kenneth

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Abandoned Sanatorium Salve Mater in Belgium by Photographer Mooi Paars

Dutch Photographer Mooi Paars visited the abandoned Sanatorium Salve Mater in Belgium and shot these Urban Exploring pictures. Some background about the Mooi Paars: "I gained a degree in Photography and Graphics from the College of Art in Rotterdam. I focused on the photography and always try to include ethics and a "social conscience" in my work. It helps keep my mind fresh and always look for new approaches to a subject. I hope you enjoy my work.".

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Hundred Year Old Abandoned Japanese Clinic by Chris Luckhardt

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Drone footage Chernobyl Exclusion zone

Ashley Shepherd spent 2 days in the Chernobyl Exclusion zone. He took his drone with him and in this video the edited highlights.

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Walkthrough video of administrative building Nara Dreamland

In april we featured this serie from Chris Luckhardt who visited the abandoned Japanse theme park Nara Dreamland. Abandoned Kansai visited this place in 2009 and he uploaded this rare walkthrough video of the hotel and administrative building at Nara Dreamland.

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Urban Exploring an Abandoned Building in Bangkok

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Amazing view of Amsterdam from Shell-toren

The Toren Overhoeks in Amsterdam was build for Shell in 1966 and therefor better known as the Shell-toren. At this moment the tower is under construction and will be opened with a nightclub and restaurant. The Dutch Photographer Renzo Gerritsen and Tiuri Gilbert went to this place on Christmas Eve 2014 to do some Urban Exploring. They had some trouble to get in, but once arrived on the 17th floor they managed to shoot some amazing pictures. Also they made some incredible picture from a crane. Their article (in Dutch) and all amazing pictures can be seen here. Thanks to Renzo Gerritsen.

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Urban Explorations with Eike Ramba

We don't now a whole lot about Eike Ramba, except that he is from Germany, currently residing in Berlin and loves urban exploration. Thew image you see below were taking by him at a steamer graveyard just south of Brandenburg. For the full set click here. For all his other work, mostly UrbEx, you should check out his website. Via Flickr

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Urban Exploring in a abandoned Prison

These Urban Explorers went to an abandoned Prison in France. The Prison is abandoned since 2011 and it's huge. They walked around 5 hours and didn't even see everything.

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