Category: Urban Decay

When a pirate sails off into the sunset and never comes back, all there is left to do is press play on “Is there anybody out there” by Pink Floyd…

Built around 1895, double-storey house and kennels to former Milkbank House in Dumfries and Galloway.   Visited July 2017.

An early XIXth century waulk mill located in Scotland, comprising of the main mill building, weaving sheds and chimney stack, beautifully finished with granite quoins. An underground water wheel pit…

Roslin, a village in central Scotland known for a surprising number of things. The Rosslyn Chapel and a picturesque glen below it with the remains of a 1804 gunpowder mills,…

A late XIXth century chapel, later raised to the Parish Church status, fenced off and decaying in northern Scotland.  

East Fortune is a small village in South-East Scotland, known for the airfield constructed in 1915 to help protect Britain against invading German Zeppelins during the WWI. The airfield has…

The Castlebridge Colliery was a part of the Longannet mine, the last operating coal mine in Scotland connecting three sites and forming a 5-miles long tunnel. Castlebridge site was closed in…

A beautiful country full of really fantastic folks, we drove  around 1500 miles there on our holidays and I can honestly say we met some of the nicest people on this…

I came across this beauty near a camping site in Cairngorms some years ago and regret not taking more photos or trying to access the house. Sadly I found entire site…