The abandoned Latvian Consulate is an abandoned luxury farm and stables property valued at approximately £1,000,000. Sadly the building has been subject to a lot of vandalism and damage. Most of the windows are smashed doors are broken and fixtures and fittings ripped from their place.
The abandoned Cookridge Convalescent Hospital on Hospital Lane. Built in a Gothic vernacular style, it opened in 1869 to provide a place for patients treated at Leeds General Infirmary to continue their recovery.
Briefly The abandoned Chocolate Works was the confectionery factory of Terry’s of York, England. Opened in 1926, it closed in 2005 with the loss of 300 jobs, with production moved to other Kraft Foods sites in mainland Europe.
An abandoned convent somewhere in the United Kingdom. After receiving a tip off from a good friend that this place was once again open we made it priority number one to visit. After making our way in very early and passing time in the main chapel while the sun started to give us enough light to work with, we began to shoot for what was probably less than an hour before we were interrupted…
A trip to the Abandoned St Johns Lunatic Asylum in Lincoln. This report includes photos of the previously inaccessible hospital nursery as well as some shots of the classic honeycomb corridors which sit above the main cells….
L’école FMP A rather large interesting abandoned school / college in the middle of a built up area in France. Some of the highlights were the lecture theatre and the vast corridors full of classrooms. No front externals for the moment but it was a pretty impressive building…
Part 2 of my first revisit to the abandoned Prison H15 in France. Highlights of this trip were definitely covering the parts I missed on the first visit, the rooftops, the well hidden green wing and getting up the guard tower for the cool external shot below 🙂 enjoy the rest of the photos 🙂
An abandoned Prison in France named H15 which has all the characteristics of a set out of the walking dead series! Lots of peeling paint and decay. Bonus rooftop access on this visit!
Forming part of a 16th Century estate the Pool Park Hospital was part of the North Wales Hospital group, purchased and opening in 1937 it continued to operate until 1991 when it was the first to close before the larger Main Denbigh Hospital which finally closed its doors in 1995.
A little Scottish Chapel. Visited with Baron Scotland and Stussy. I understand this place has taken quite a beating these days alot of statues stolen or removed but still with the right light its alright for a couple of shots 🙂 glad we stopped off…