Opening in the late 1890s the Palace Theatre in Plymouth was lavishly decorated. It was last used as the popular Dance Academy nightclub before being closed in 2006.
The “Chatterley Whitfield Experience” was a part of the former coal mining museum, set underground in shallow workings and drifts.
The power plant of a paper mill that closed in 2014 but had been maintained in the hope it would re-open. The mill is now back in use.
Zeche HR was a mine in Germany with an amazing bathhouse full of baskets, and features a huge hammerhead winding tower. There’s also an elephant!
The Buttevant Convent of Mercy in Ireland’s County Cork was constructed in 1879 and was home to the Sisters of Mercy until their departure in 2012.
A tuberculosis sanatorium in Italy that later became a general hospital with a huge chapel and traditional Italian architecture.
The former residence of Arthur Guinness, featuring grand wood panelling and staircases, stained glass windows and even a swimming pool.
Built around 1790 overlooking the Shannon Estuary, Cahercon House is a 60-bedroom Georgian mansion with an interesting history.
Castle MacGarrett was built in 1811 as the family home for a wealthy land-owner. It later became a nursing home for nuns, and features ornate ceilings.
A steel works in Italy dating back to 1864 and rebuilt after the war, including coke ovens and rolling mills.