History and information about Chateau The Noisy.

Château Miranda also known as Château de Noisy is a 19th-century neo-Gothic castle. The Château was built in 1866 by the English architect Edward Milner under commission from the Liedekerke-De Beaufort family, who had left their previous home during the French Revolution. However, Milner died before the Château was finished. Construction was completed in 1907 after the clock tower was erected. Their descendants remained in occupation until World War II.A portion of the Battle of the Bulge took place on the property, and it was during that time, the Château was occupied by German forces. In 1950, Château Miranda was renamed “Château de Noisy” when it was taken over by the National Railway Company of Belgium (NMBS/SNCB) as an orphanage and also a holiday camp for sickly children. It lasted as a children’s camp until the late 1970s. The Château has been empty and abandoned since 1991 and is in a derelict state, succumbing to decay and vandalism. Parts of the structure were heavily damaged in a fire and many areas of the ceiling are collapsed. Demolition of the castle began in late October, 2016 with the conical gothic roof peaks being removed.


Then & now.


Jan 26, 2015 – Snow queen.
Thanks to mother nature for the snow my third visit, this just made it perfect!


May 17, 2009 – Second visit with a model.


May 01, 2008 – I blame you for my urbex addiction.


Pictures on insta.

Blues ? #angeliqueBrunas #urbex

Een foto die is geplaatst door Angelique Brunas (@angeliquebrunas) op


R.I.P (not my picture)
rip



4 thoughts on “Chateau The Noisy”

    1. Thanks Sylvain 🙂
      Maybe you are right, I keep the dates with the pictures that I find maybe it was the wrong info.
      I do not think they’ve had colored pictures back than lol, so I guess you are right!

  1. such a sad decision to destroy this unique and beautiful castle…I can’t believe it..this is a crime against Patrimony…I am ashamed of my country, the authorities, thank you for your marvellous photos very precious.

    1. Yes very sad indeed. This was one of the first locations where my addiction for forgotten places began so it will always be a very special one for me 🙂
      You do not have to be ashamed I do understand why it has to be demolished, it’s all about money 😉
      Thank you for stopping by and for leaving me your thoughts.

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