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Old classroom blackboard desks De Salle College School Colaiste Iosagain Ballyvourney County Cork Adam X Urbex Urban Exploration Ireland Access 2017 Abandoned decay lost forgotten derelict location creepy haunting eerie

Explore #220: Ballyvourney De Salle College, County Cork, Ireland – September 2017

Explore #5 of the ‘Almost Died Tour’ The final explore of our highly enjoyable Ireland trip was a quick look around a very decrepit former college… History Coláiste Íosagáin (to use its Gaelic name) was a boarding school, purpose-built by the Office of Public Works in two phases shortly after Irish independence around 1933 and 1939. The focus of the school was to promote and revive use of the Irish language. In 1960 the school was purchased by the De…

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Chernobyl: The rest – travelling, cranes, power plant canteen, body scanners, Slavutych, Kiev, AK47s and a mink farm… – April 2015

This is my final post from the amazing time I spent exploring the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone at Easter 2015. It’s a mish mash of all the various other photos I took which don’t warrant their own reports… As always, click on a photo to VIEW LARGE The Journey There Part of our motley crew assembled at Gatwick airport – naturally we headed straight to the bar… …where radiation levels appeared to be normal. However, once we were airborne and at…

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Chernobyl: Kopachi Kindergarten – April 2015

History (abridged from wikipedia) Kopachi was a village just a few miles South East from Chernobyl. The village was evacuated in the immediate aftermath of the 1986 disaster, and has been abandoned ever since. After the evacuation all of the houses were torn down and buried. Today the only traces left of the village are a series of mounds and a small number of surviving trees which are not part of the local native flora. Each mound contains the remains…

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