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Adam X Urbex Altes Lager Juterbog Germany Urban Exploration Air base flight school CCCP Soviet Russian military Decay Lost Abandoned Derelict Hidden mural soldier wall painting picture photography corridor

Explore #95: Altes Lager Soviet air base and flight school, Jüterbog, Germany – August 2014

Explore #6 of the Berlin or Bust Tour Day Two After our run in with naked models and their money grabbing photographers at Beelitz’s women’s sanatorium, James and I moved on to a late afternoon explore of this abandoned air base. History In 1916 this airfield was used as an airship port, complete with barracks and the necessary hydrogen production plant. At the end of the First World War its use had to be halted as part of the regulations…

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Adam X Urbex Beelitz Heilstatten Germany Urban Exploration Womens Women's Sanatorium Hospital Decay Lost Abandoned Hidden pavilion bathhouse bath house bay windows tiled ceiling ornate

Explores #94b and #94c (revisit): Beelitz-Heilstätten – Women’s Bathhouse and Sanatorium, Germany – August 2014

Explores #5 and #7 of the Berlin or Bust Tour Day Two After our morning exploring the Men’s Bathhouse and Sanatorium and a few other buildings, we had a breather, some lunch and energy drinks, and decided to have a look at the Women’s sanatorium buildings on the other side of the road. As we entered the first building we noticed a couple of other photographers further down one of the corridors. We thought nothing of this, until we turned…

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Adam X Urbex Beelitz Heilstatten Germany Urban Exploration Mens Men's Bathhouse Bath House Hospital Decay Lost Abandoned Hidden entrance foyer reception lobby stairs steps bannister peeling paint

Explores #94 and #94a: Beelitz-Heilstätten – Men’s Bathhouse and Sanatorium & Butcher/Bakery/Laundry buildings, Germany – August 2014

Explore #5 of the Berlin or Bust Tour After the one-shot wonder of my last report at The Blue Hospital, I’ve got an XL sized report for you this time! After enjoying a few well-earned beers at our motel the night before, it was a traditionally early (5am!) start for Day Two of our German weekender. Despite our exhaustion we were keen to get going, as we were headed to the centrepiece around which the whole long weekend had been…

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