Oh, I can hear all you urban explorers cry in pain: “Maps? MAPS? Are you CRAZY?!” But don’t you worry, the maps published here won’t reveal any locations – unless you plan a trip to the Zone Of Alienation or to demolished places / official risk-free tourist spots. If you go to Chernobyl and Pripyat you can go wherever you want anyways – and if you really want to visit demolished places then… well… get a life! (And I know, I went to demolished places myself, it’s frustrating!) The Pripyat map I put up to make the pictures I’ve taken and the stories behind a little bit more real. And the map of demolished places is there as an “anti guide”, to prevent people from wasting time by going to places that are all over the internet, but in reality already long gone.
Richard Rapp on Sembach Air Base Gred Cz on Hira Lift & Ropeway / Moun… Bill on Hochspeyer Munitions Storage Tim on Nara Countryside School Lewis Smith on USAREUR Communication Facility… Lewis Smith on USAREUR Communication Facility… Mike Chipman on Wakayama Bungalow Village Gred Cz on Wakayama Bungalow Village Sue on Kawatana Onsen Land Gred Cz on Kawatana Onsen Land