A TV and radio transmitting control centre with a central control room and emergency broadcast facilities
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 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.
Built around 1790 overlooking the Shannon Estuary, Cahercon House is a 60-bedroom Georgian mansion with an interesting history.
Former Magistrates’ court, police station and fire station, all in one grand 1880s building with a stunning entrance hall and Art Deco features
Opening in 1908 the Cardiff City Asylum had space for 750 psychiatric patients. The hospital closed in 2016 after being deemed unsuitable for modern services.
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.
An abandoned fabric mill in Austria with everything left in place including vintage spinning and weaving machinery.
The Pulverised Coal Injection Plant was added to the Cockerill-Sambre steel works in Charleroi in the early 1990s. The site became Carsid and was closed in 2008.