A Skyscraper in London providing stunning views across the city from it’s rooftop.
The Sanyo Electronics factory focussed on the manufacture of televisions of all shapes and sizes. It closed its doors in 2010 due to a fall in demand for traditional TV’s.
A house that has been abandoned for around 40 years, containing a good number of sewing machines along with other items, and even a classic car still parked outside.
The Chocolate Works in York was built by Terry’s in 1924 and produced chocolates and other confectioneries until 2005, the grand staircase of the admin block still remains.
The former Latvian Consulate Building in Chorley underwent extensive renovation in 2005 to develop the property into the home of the consul to Latvia.
Kestrel Court is an impressive 1800’s rectory with grand medieval styling. Many of the original features including paint schemes and detailing still remain.
The fully equipped Radiology department at Cambridge Military Hospital, in perfect condition complete with functional X-Ray machines.
Prison de Loos is an abandoned prison near Lille in France. The prison could house almost 1500 inmates, and closed in 2011.
The Bass Maltings in Sleaford opened in the early 20th century and the dominating buildings were used for six decades to produce malt from grain for the production of beer.