I had the opportunity to go and explore this place in November 2014, it was one of two barracks in the Town.
that was part of the German army, during WW2 in the small town of Bernau, it had two Army barracks that mainly supplied the uniforms for the Wehrmacht and for Nazi Germany’s military elite forces. Continue reading →
TheSchwerbelastungskörper (Heavy load-bearing body) (a.k.a. Großbelastungskörper – GBK) is a hefty concrete cylinder in Berlin, Germany located at the intersection of Dudenstraße, General-Pape-Straße, and Loewenhardtdamm in the northwestern part of the borough of Tempelhof. Continue reading →
Prinz-Albrecht-Strasse is a street in Berlin, the capital of Germany. It is best known for having been the location of the headquarters of the Reich Main Security Office, SD, Gestapo and the SS in Nazi Germany. Continue reading →
Not a great explore this one, I had to settle for looking around the newer building which was well and truly trashed, but still worth a look,so easy to get into just walk in of the street looks like they are ready to. start work on pulling the place down.
Grunau such a beautiful area with all its big plush houses along side of the Langer See , I had explored the ballhaus Riviera 2 years before, so it was great to be going back to such a beautiful area out side of Berlin. Continue reading →
This was another of my Berlin railway explores, the only real bit of the Anhalter Bahnhof that survives is the front facade, so they say, but if you do a bit of research in the area, there is much more to be found.