Ste Clotilde De Horton Asylum, Quebec

The Ste Clotilde De Horton Asylum, in the province of Quebec (Canada), is formerly known as the Notre-Dame de la Chesnaie house. Built in 1939, the former asylum was owned by the Missionaries of the…

Belding Corticelli – Coaticook, Quebec

The story of the Belding Corticelli de Coaticook, Quebec, starts in 1883 when John Thornton and Edwin F. Tomkins bought a weaving loom from the Coaticook Cotton company. They started with a small company which…

Dorea Institute – Franklin, Quebec

The Dorea Institute in located in Franklin, Quebec, about 600 feet from the US border on Covey Hill near Ormstown. It’s difficult to cross information from Internet about this place, but it was supposedly a…

Dow Brewery – Montreal, Quebec

The beginning Dow Brewery of Montreal, in the province of Quebec in Canada, had its beginning in 1790. Thomas Dunn, a young Scotsman, set himself up in business as a brewer at La Prairie, in…

Former Boucanet Hospital – Grau Du Roi

Hi photographers and urban explorers. Here are some photos taken during an urbex session at the former Boucanet hospital of Grau du Roi. The Boucanet beach is located in South of France, on the Mediterraean…

Former Silk Mill Of Lodeve

Hi photographers and urban explorer friends, Here are some new pictures, taken at the former silk mill of Lodeve, in South of France. Built from 1899 for the Gallia cloth factory, the place closed in…

The Former Cardinal Brewery – Fribourg

The Former Cardinal Brewery of Fribourg, Switzerland, was founded in 1788 by François Piller. Owner at the «Zum Lachs» hostel, located near the Bern`s Gate in Fribourg, he decides to have a brewery built for…

Geo W. Reed Factory – Abandoned Montreal

Hi all, photographers and urban explorers. As you may know, the famous Geo W. Reed factory will be demolished soon. This abandoned building, also known as the Babcock & Wilcox factory, has been abandoned around…

Detroit Urbex, Urban Exploration Temple?

Hi all, Today I bring you to Detroit for some urban exploration. Is Detroit for Urbex, an urban exploration temple? I guess it’s an incredible place for any urban explorer. Abandoned houses, destroyed buildings, dilapidated…