1. Unknown morgue is unknown where. Photographer: AndreasS.
The photographer did not want to give any specific information about this place, but noted that this image was abandoned in 2009.
2. Ellis Island Morgue. Ellis Island, New York, USA. Photographer: Vilseskogen.
More than three thousand people died in this hospital since its opening in 1892 to 1954, when the building was abandoned. Why so much? The fact is that Ellis Island served as a kind of “gateway” to America for millions of immigrants from all over the world. Naturally, many of them were sick.
3. Unknown morgue, Germany. Photographer: rastysphotography.
A chic picture from photographer Rusty, who accompanied this photo with a comment about the special atmosphere of the morgues: "When you find yourself in a place like this, thoughts about the terrible things that once happened here in your mind involuntarily come up."
4. Unknown morgue, UK. Photographer: sj996.
And again, old England with her old morta. In the photo - freezers for storing corpses.
5. Morgue at Cambridge Military Hospital. Cambridge, UK. Photographer: Don Kiddick.
Military hospital and its morgue. The area around this morgue is still patrolled by soldiers, so photographer Don Kiddick had to make a lot of effort to take this picture.
6. St. Peter's Hospital Mortuary. The town of Surry, UK. Photographer: Lula TaHula.
Another British Mortuary. The table in the center of the photo was clearly used to make an autopsy.
7. Harold Wood Hospital Morgue. Essex, United Kingdom. Photographer: Romany WG.
These premises look as if an autopsy has just been made here to some kind of corpse far from the first freshness. Just look at these hideous puddles on the floor. It is possible that in the puddles - a cocktail of formaldehyde, organic waste and water, which washed the body.
8. St. Mary's Hospital Morgue. Great Britain. Photographer: Lula TaHula.
Gloomy morgue in a gloomy English hospital. The interior of the building was transformed by an unpleasant green color - its “echoes” even reached the opening room.
9. Beelitz-Heilstatten Morgue. Suburb of Berlin, Germany. Photographer: .Andre Joosee, Batram
Morgue German clinic, built in 1898 and abandoned in 1994. It was one of the largest hospital complexes in the country, and during the First World War, there were about twelve and a half thousand soldiers here. In 1916, the wounded Adolf Hitler was treated here. Alas, the future Fuhrer did not get to the local morgue then.
10. Mortuarium Schoonselhof. Antwerp, Belgium. Photographer: Andre Joosee.
For some reason, this morgue was abandoned several years ago. Hopefully, no one has ever used unattended surgical instruments.