Abandoned UK Warehouse

A couple of days ago, I was driving through the region of Kent (UK). This part of the United Kingdom is also known as the garden of England. It holds many beautiful castles, mansions and gardens but it also seemed to hold something a bit more mysterious. Whilst driving toward Dover I saw some abandoned buildings in the middle an overgrown field. I decided to check them out, luckily I had my camera with me. The buildings looked somewhat like military barracks, some of them had collapsed completely and some were mostly intact. One of these barracks was filled with loads of big wooden Live Animal Transportation boxes, the animals had long gone of course. Another one was filled with boxes marked ‘’British Aerospace’’. I can only imagine what was, or still is inside of them (If only I had a crowbar in my camera bag). Below you will find some of the pictures I took at this rather mysterious location.

All pictures were made with the Olympus OM-D EM5 paired with the new SIGMA 30mm f/2.8 DN ART.

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