The iconic four chimney layout of Batersea Power Station is instantly recognisable, but the real gem is the stunning controls rooms hidden away inside.
A few rooftop locations around the capital city during a fun trip to London.
A couple of London Rooftops – the first at Canary Wharf overlooking the famous financial district and the second up a 36 storey tower with a good view of the city.
The views from two rooftops in London. The first featuring Tower Bridge and the second set away from the centre featuring London’s iconic skyline.
Views from a couple of London rooftops featuring the Palace of Westminster and Battersea Power Station set against capital’s famous skyline.
The clinic in the grounds of RAF Upwood was operated by USAF until it closed in 2012. It is much more modern than the rest of the RAF base.
The town of Wünsdorf was the headquarters of the Soviet forces in East Germany, and was the largest military base in Europe.
RAF Upwood is a former Royal Air Force station in Cambridgeshire, England. The base was operated by USAF from 1981 until it’s closure in 1994.
An abandoned Catholic boarding school in France. The large buildings have been empty for some time but the chapel at the heart of the building is very impressive.
The abandoned town of Pripyat was home to the workers of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, up until it’s evacuation three days after the disaster at the plant.