Military Sites

Explore #64: Prison 11, Belgium – June 2014

Explore #9 of the Operation Baguette tour After a thoroughly enjoyable explore of Lycée V it was straight on to the third location of the day at this former army barracks. For some reason the site is codenamed ‘Prison 11’ by European urbexers – possibly because of the small outbuilding which has some very old cells where unruly soldiers were once interned? History The barracks on this site date back to the late 1800s, with great emphasis placed on the…

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Explore #53: Crashed DC3 plane, Solheimasandur Beach, Iceland – May 2014

After my recent reports from Belgium I’m staying with the international theme, but with something completely different – the remains of a crashed DC3 plane abandoned on a black volcanic beach in Iceland! Mrs X and I recently spent a wonderful 5-day holiday in the stunning land of fire and ice. But of course even with a “normal” (i.e. non urbexing) holiday there’s always room to squeeze in a cheeky explore. I’d read about this plane ages ago, so as…

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Explore #45: Zone Braams, Belgium – April 2014

Explore #3 of the 3 Eurovirgins and a Europro tour After exploring the CDC and Monastere Mont G, this was our third and final explore of Day One of our Belgium weekender. We might even have fitted in another explore, had it not been for spending the best part of 2 hours stuck in horrendous traffic jams going around the Brussells ring road – not what was needed after 32+ hours and counting without any sleep. History This former NATO…

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