Built around 1790 overlooking the Shannon Estuary, Cahercon House is a 60-bedroom Georgian mansion with an interesting history.
A chapel in Wales that has been closed for many years. Everything remains intact inside with some decay setting in.
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.
Opening in 1876, the Manicomio of Voghera was a place of horror for it’s patients. The asylum closed in 1998 and is now in a state of decay.
An abandoned asylum in Ireland with many items remaining, plenty of decay and a lot of history.
A Scottish asylum with plenty of interesting features remaining, including original cells, a nice hall and plenty of featureful corridors.
Opening in 1816 the Wellington Rooms was a subscription assembly room. Later becoming the Irish Centre before its closure in the 1990s.
A theatre in Doncaster that has been closed for over 20 years but remains in quite good condition.
A large abandoned RAF base in Norfolk with lots of buildings that remain in good condition. The station closed in 1994 and was held in reserve until 2006.
An abandoned asylum in Italy with huge bright corridors and lots of natural decay.