The Teeside Steelworks was a large producer of steel in Middlesbrough, UK. The blast furnace was the largest in the UK.
A Victorian pumping house featuring original decorative ironwork. Much of the original equipment remains inside and is still used occasionally.
Set in a 127 acre estate, Quorn House is a large country house that most recently functioned as the headquarters of the Rosemary Conley empire.
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital was founded in 1914. A new hospital was built in 2015 to replace the old buildings so we had a look around while they moved out.
Opening in 1816 the Wellington Rooms was a subscription assembly room. Later becoming the Irish Centre before its closure in the 1990s.
A long abandoned hydroelectric power station in Italy.
The chapel of an abandoned seminary in France. Numerous statues are suspended above the chapel.
A hotel right in the heart of the city of Lincoln, dating back to 1867. The hotel has been closed since the 2000’s.
A large abandoned house in France with stained glass windows, a nice timber staircase and carved wood ceilings.
The Coal Exchange is a grand building in Cardiff with a huge carved-wood trading hall and ornate features, where businessmen would negotiate the trading of coal.