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Balcony view Theatre Salle des fêtes d’Ougrée Marihayea (OM) Théâtre Jeusette Adam X Urban Exploration Belgium Access 2017 Abandoned decay lost forgotten derelict location creepy haunting eerie

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 #209: L’église Saint-Pierre aka Church of Decay, Grâce-Hollogne, Belgium – August 2017

Explore #1 of ‘The Greased Otters Tour’ with Jeremy, Mark and Tim. Another long weekend, another jaunt around decaying goodness. After assembling from the four corners of the world (Blackpool, London, Norwich, and Wales) we made the usual middle-of-the-night eurotunnel crossing and headed to Belgium. First stop at dawn was this beautifully decayed church which I’d failed to get in a few years earlier – this time the gods were smiling… History The Church of Saint-Pierre was first built during…

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Explore #128: House of the Soldier’s Widow, UK – March 2015

It was another pre-dawn start for the final day of our UK exploring long weekend. Luckily we didn’t have too far to drive to our first location of the day… a time capsule cottage on the outskirts of a small country village. As with most residential abandonments I don’t have any firm history of this place. From those who have spent far longer there rummaging through the ephemera which still remains, it is thought that the previous owners were a…

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