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Explore #210: Salle des fêtes d’Ougrée Marihayea (OM) aka Théâtre Jeusette, Seraing, Belgium – August 2017

Explore #2 of ‘The Greased Otters Tour’ with Jeremy, Mark and Tim. Our intended second exploration was a large industrial wasteland, but seeing as this abandoned theatre was right next door it seemed rude not to pop in for half an hour! History The ‘Salle des fêtes d’Ougrée Marihayea’ (or just ‘OM’) is also known in the urbex world as ‘Théâtre Jeusette’. Designed by the Liège architect Georges Dedoyard and built in 1948, it was formerly known as ‘Cockerill Hall’…

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Explore #186: King’s Hall Cinema and Methodist Church, Southall, London – June 2016

After our nocturnal adventures rooftopping in central London, we headed to Southall to explore this beautiful derelict church… unfortunately I only managed to take one shot before things went rather wrong! History (rewritten from here) The 3-storey King’s Hall was built in 1916 with a stone and brick facade, designed by architect Sir Alfred Gelder of Hull. It was operated by the Uxbridge and Southall Wesleyan Mission, and screened religious films. By 1926 it was operating as a regular cinema,…

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Explore #166: Salem Sanatorium, Germany – May 2016

Explore #6 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ Rounding off Day Two of our tour of East Germany and Poland was a quick visit to the remains of this former Sanatorium. Most of the rooms have been stripped out for possible redevelopment, but the main items of interest still surviving were the grand reception / lobby area and auditorium. As always, click on a photo to VIEW LARGE The auditorium was VERY dark indeed – this was a long exposure,…

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