An abandoned mansion located in the Eastern Townships, in Quebec, Canada, explored during a nice rurex photo session.
This old house is still well preserved, despite some vandalism in some rooms, but not that much.
The building is surrounded by a fence and barbwires, which allow to keep the place clean and not broken, or covered by graffiti.
Entering the mansion thanks to the main entrance, leads on a long and narrow corridor. The light coming through the door creates all an atmosphere in the old house.
I take the opportunity to do some shots, playing with the light and the mansion interior architecture.
Wooden stairs lead to the first floor and the attic. The three bedrooms have holes the walls of their wardrobe. I guess some people were looking after something there…
The wide room upstairs made me think a bit about the one in the house from the Amityville movie.
The kitchen, dining room and living room are clean and in good condition. Tapestries and brick walls are well preserved
This nice little abandoned mansion in the Eastern Townships of Quebec in Canada, has two fireplaces for the tough winters.
One in the kitchen, plus another one in the living room (which is quite wide, compared to the other rooms).
This kind of abandoned place, still intact, is pretty rare to find, as vandals are wandering as much (if not even more) as urban explorers, so I prefer to keep it secret.
It was a nice session of rurex to share with my friend Jarold.
I hope you liked my pictures of the abandoned mansion in the Eastern Townships, Quebec, in Canada.
Urban exploration can be dangerous and illegal, so please be careful if you visit those abandoned places. We do not encourage you to explore them, but if you do, please respect those old places.
You enter at your own risks!