Results 1 to 6 of 6

Thread: Sanatorium Juterbog

  1. #1
    Join Date
    April 2007
    Location
    Cambridge
    Age
    37
    Posts
    7,478
    Thanked
    8080

    Post Sanatorium Juterbog


    I’ve written extensively about the history of the abandoned town of Juterbog here:

    After spending a day wandering around we went back to the hotel for a beer and to retrace our steps on Google Maps. To our horror, we’d missed an excellent looking building in the woods. So we got an early night in preparation for the next day.

    ….Well, not all of us. JC and myself got drunk in a beach themed cocktail bar on brightly coloured cocktails, and then infiltrated the service tunnels under our hotel, but that’s a different story…

    Anyway at first light our poor hung over eyes blinked open, we poured the sand out our shoes and set off back to Juterbog.

    We spent hours wading through the thick dense forest. Occasionally stopping to check our bearings on our phones to make sure we were actually still heading towards our goal. Occasionally we’d hear a rustle close by and a deer would break cover from the undergrowth, bounding past us at full canter. Eventually we found it.



    Bars on the windows:


    Mural to scare the kids:




    Split Corridor:








    What struck me the most once inside wasn’t just the lack of graffiti, it was the silence.







    It was a still day, with no wind in the trees. I had split up from my fellow explorers and it was absolutely silent, absolutely calm.







    Thanks for looking.
    www.urbanXphotography.co.uk
    "We're not giving you a quote for your stupid forum signature"
    - Essex Police

  2. Thanks given by: HughieD, Mearing, Pincheck, rockfordstone, Sausage, thorfrun
  3.  
     
  4. #2
    Join Date
    June 2014
    Posts
    1,165
    Thanked
    1966

    Default


    Ooh I like that, u have caught the light perfectly there nice one!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

  5. Thanks given by: UrbanX
  6. #3
    Join Date
    January 2013
    Location
    People's Republic of South Yorkshire.
    Posts
    4,836
    Thanked
    9580

  7. #4
    Join Date
    April 2007
    Location
    Cambridge
    Age
    37
    Posts
    7,478
    Thanked
    8080

    Default


    Quote Originally Posted by BikinGlynn View Post
    Ooh I like that, u have caught the light perfectly there nice one!
    Cheers dude! It was a beauty!

    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    Fantastically shot pictures mate.
    Thank you very much Sir!
    www.urbanXphotography.co.uk
    "We're not giving you a quote for your stupid forum signature"
    - Essex Police

  8. #5
    Join Date
    April 2008
    Location
    Teesside
    Posts
    1,454
    Thanked
    219

    Default


    Widows resemble citrus slices!
    Love the artwork and colours of it against the harsh flaking walls.
    Full of meaty goodness.

  9. Thanks given by: UrbanX
  10. #6
    Join Date
    April 2008
    Location
    scotland
    Age
    53
    Posts
    1,065
    Thanked
    990

    Default


    Been here a few times over the years and it spread a lot further than those 2 parts mate

Similar Threads

  1. Juterbog Town (DE)
    By UrbanX in forum Overseas Sites
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 10th Oct 19, 12:05
  2. Sanatorium I.
    By aphonopelma1313 in forum Overseas Sites
    Replies: 8
    Last Post: 9th Oct 13, 17:31
  3. Sanatorium A.
    By aphonopelma1313 in forum Overseas Sites
    Replies: 8
    Last Post: 13th May 13, 22:16
  4. Sanatorium K
    By UrbanX in forum Overseas Sites
    Replies: 20
    Last Post: 29th Dec 12, 11:02
  5. Sanatorium DB
    By heeftmeer in forum Overseas Sites
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 13th Dec 10, 22:23

About us
DerelictPlaces is a forum for people with an interest in the history and documentation of disused, derelict and abandoned buildings to come together and share their experiences, photography and historical findings. Our military, industrial and historical heritage is fast disappearing under the pressure of regeneration, the need for new housing, and often through simple neglect; Our aim is to document these places before they disappear entirely.
Follow us