Lyndhurst Park Hotel, New Forest

June 25, 2017 UrbexCamo 5

Originally named, Glasshayes House, the mansion house on the edge of Lyndhurst was built in the early 19th Century as a private home for railway entrepreneur Charles Castleman. Along with Louis Stevenson, its notable historical […]

The Bungalow, Hampshire

March 9, 2017 UrbexCamo 0

The Bungalow has been empty for a while, once owned by a lovely elderly couple called Edna and Jim. There used to be a full sized snooker table in the garage and a bar style […]

Padded Cell and ‘G’ Block

October 23, 2016 UrbexCamo 0

This is the psychiatric ward otherwise known as ‘G’ Block of the Royal Hospital Haslar. ‘G’ Block mainly served as the Psychiatric Block of the hospital following the move of the Asylum from the ground […]

Molson Coors Brewery, Alton

August 30, 2016 UrbanX 2

The Molson Coors Brewing Company is a North American brewing company, formed in 2005 by the merger of Molson of Canada, and Coors of the United States. It is the world’s seventh largest brewer by volume. There […]

Abandoned Warehouse, Totton

August 22, 2016 UrbanX 4

So we actually came across this abandoned warehouse in totton by mistake. I was taking my car to the garage one day and happened to notice this place. So finally i actually got round to going […]

The Bridge Tavern, Holbury

August 21, 2016 Tizzy 9

Bridge Tavern, Holbury The Bridge Tavern was situated at Ipers Bridge. This pub closed in 2013 and is now due for demolition, to be replaced by a retirement residence. We where told about this place […]

Stubb House, Fareham

August 1, 2016 Tizzy 7

“This house was built after a family funeral care company in 1920 it was then later knocked down and rebuilt in 1927. It was owned for just 2 years by a lady and her 2 […]

Bushfield Training Camp, Winchester

July 5, 2016 UrbanX 0

“Firing Range at Bushfield Camp Looking into the open ends of two adjacent U-shaped brick walls having pits in front of them. Someone who trained as a National Serviceman at Bushfield Camp between 1951 and […]

HSBC Bank, Southampton

June 12, 2016 UrbexCamo 0

I searched for ages to try and find some actual history of this building and found nothing at all. I could only guess when it was built as the outside is quite something and doesn’t […]

Mooregreen Hospital, Southampton

May 5, 2016 UrbexCamo 0

“Mooregreen Hospital was built in 1848 at a cost of £7000 as the South Stoneham Union Workhouse to the designs of Charles Henman, implemented by William Hinves. The name was subsequently changed to West End […]

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