The Exploration Of Old Lodge

  • April 19, 2011
Front Outside View
Old Lodge is a 10,000 square-foot building built circa 1890, built in Tomkins Cove, New York. Over the years it was used both as a hotel, and private residence. There are unconfirmed reports that the building was used as a camp for children. Years of neglect and decay have left it as a ‘shell’ of a building, and as such it has been formally condemned and entry to the building is strongly discouraged and extremely dangerous.
While little is known about this location, the one thing that I know for sure is that this was perhaps the most dangerous and unstable locations I have photographed so far. I must insist that nobody else attempt to enter this building for any purpose; the entire structure is completely unstable and the floors have hidden soft spots everywhere from years of water damage.
Two Sinks Are Better Than One Creepy Bathroom Stalls Piping Old Furnace Laundry Room Heavy-Duty Screen Laundry Room Full View Exposed Wiring Reading Material Community Room Destroyed Stairs Coloring Books What's Left Of The Dining Hall Corner Storage Broken Dishes Old Dishwasher Old Dishwasher In The Doorway Dishwasher Room Plastic Silverware Paper Cups Stove Stove 2 Staff House Headmasters House Pots, Pans, And Everything Else Sink And Toilet Destroyed Room With A View Tape Player Toppled Bookshelf Old Books Trashed Office Ceiling Light The Open Door Long Hallway Forgotten Dresser Desk, Chair, And Rotten Bed Bed Of Decay Hole In The Wall Bed Frames Bedroom Cave-In Total Mess Of A Staircase Decayed Beds Zig-Zag Fall-Through Storage Central Top Floor Stairway To Attic Sink Line-Up Bathroom Buddy System Fall-In-Line Down The Stairs Wavy Floor Linen ClosetStencil
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10 Comments on The Exploration Of Old Lodge

  • christian says:
    April 20, 2011 at 7:47 AM

    Wow, incredible! Looks like something out of horror movie. Cool stuff.


    • Thomas says:
      April 20, 2011 at 8:08 AM

      The misses informed me that sometimes ‘freaky crazy psycho killer people’ live in places like this.

      [I will refrain from posting something sarcastic as a response.]


  • A.Barlow says:
    April 20, 2011 at 11:18 AM

    Man, look at this place! Looking at the first Mono you put up, it looks destroyed! Brave sir, brave. Thanks for sharing!


  • Laura says:
    April 20, 2011 at 9:38 PM

    I love the headmaster’s house. Did you get around to get photos of the other sides? Glad you got out ok when it was that unstable.


    • Thomas says:
      April 20, 2011 at 10:19 PM

      I wanted to get shots of all the out-buildings, but the place was literally waiting for the right gust of wind to take it down like a house of cards. Accordingly, it was truly a race against time and my own safety, which was literally hanging in the balance. This was by far the most risky and dangerous project I’ve ever taken on.


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