Former Magistrates’ court, police station and fire station, all in one grand 1880s building with a stunning entrance hall and Art Deco features
Ex-RAF and ex-USAF base which retains most of its buildings, hangars, etc and even has some aeroplanes and helicopters remaining on site.
HMP Holloway was the largest women’s only prison in Europe until its closure in 2016. Rebuilt in the 1970s, the prison’s design was recognised as a failure.
The Neoclassical building in Edinburgh was constructed in the 1800s to house the Royal High School and since 1968 accommodated a debating chamber for the Scottish Parliament.
The Jordanhill Campus is an historic estate in Glasgow, Scotland, and was the Faculty of Education of the University of Strathclyde until 2012.
A courthouse in London that opened in 1909 with many original features still remaining
A Victorian courthouse in Burton Upon Trent featuring a double height courtroom with nice windows
An abandoned Roman Catholic school with impressive original Italian style features as well as classrooms.
A Church of England school for infants and juniors that closed in 2004. The school has stood empty ever since and now has lots of natural decay.