The Naval and Military Club, known informally as The In & Out Club

Urbex: The Naval and Military Club, known informally as The In & Out Club, London – June 2017

The Naval and Military Club, known informally as The In & Out Club in London was once a very prestigious private members club which has since moved to new premises located in St Jame’s Square. Founded in 1862, the club was originally for gentlemen of the British Armed Forces but later opened its door to both female and male members. The building is tipped to become one of the most expensive private dwelling properties in the United Kingdom..

Brewers House - Yorkshire - Exterior

Urbex: Brewer’s House, Yorkshire – June 2017

Brewer’s house is an empty mansion which appeared to be undergoing some renovation works albeit at a slow pace. The house sits within very large grounds in a fairly isolated location within the Yorkshire countryside. I don’t have a lot of history on this place, but from what I could gather the house is owned by a very wealthy businessman who apparently a very private person…

Windlestone Hall

Urbex: Windlestone Hall, County Durham – April 2017

Windlestone Hall is an abandoned 19th Century Country House located in County Durham. A manor house has stood at the site since the 1600’s, however, the main building was replaced with the current structure in 1835 with a new mansion by the design of Ignatius Bonomi. The house was also used as a prisoner of war camp during World War II. After the War years, the Hall was utilised by Windlestone Hall School which was a local authority funded special school…

Maison Vinyl

Urbex: Maison Vinyl, Belgium – March 2017

The abandoned Maison Vinyl, is a small derelict house in a little village in Belgium. Scattered with children’s toys and a room in which vinyl records are attached to the walls, this house is pretty photogenic given its size. Downstairs the rooms are too cluttered with furniture and too dimly lit to photograph properly and there has been a partial collapse in on of the rooms giving way to a basement area. Far past being restorable, this little house will continue to crumble away…