An abandoned hospital in Charleroi, with nice old operating theatres and a few other features remaining.
An abandoned house in Italy with its own winery, chapel and even a crypt where the family elders were laid to rest.
A night climb of the restored blast furnaces at Belval in Luxembourg, before they open to the public.
A rare example of a padded cell still in situ. This Pocock Brother’s padded cell is in the Royal Hospital Haslar, a Naval hospital in Gosport.
A small theatre in a traditional Bulgarian town. The theatre has been closed for a while and has become derelict but the features shine through.
The Futurist Theatre in Scarborough was built in 1921 and was expanded and remodelled over the years until its closure in 2014.
The now abandoned House of the Bulgarian Communist Party was built as a monument of the Bulgarian Social Democratic Party atop Buzludzha Mountain
An abandoned chapel in Belgium with a single rose left behind.
A school for physiotherapy students in Germany. Lot’s of physio beds and equipment remain.
Opening in 1972 the steelworks in Sheerness incorporated steel production furnaces and a large rolling mill. The site closed in 2012.