A large house in France that has been left to decay for 35 years since a fire gutted part of it.
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.
A large country house in Wiltshire, UK dating back to the 1820s. The house has 103 impressive rooms and large staircase.
A morgue consisting of two examination rooms – one with a metal slab and the other with a nice old porcelain slab.
A large industrial complex that manufactured soda-ash and other by-products. Established as Brunner Mond and later became ICI then Tata Chemicals.
A theatre in Doncaster that has been closed for over 20 years but remains in quite good condition.
An old abandoned farmhouse in Belgium, that stands alone and hidden away.
Terre Rouge was a large steel works in Luxembourg. The iron-ore silos remain with a nice reflection in the water below, and the sites power plant, Central Thermique remains.
A small power plant with five old, well preserved turbines. Dating back to the 1930, the plant was part of a large iron works site.
A theatre in Banbury that was later used as a nightclub. Many original features remain including the projector room with part of the projection set.