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Drone Mavic from above aerial view Dalquharran Castle Ayrshire Scotland Adam X Urbex Urban Exploration Access 2018 Abandoned decay ruins lost forgotten derelict location creepy haunting eerie

Explore #226: Dalquharran Castle, South Ayrshire, Scotland – September 2018

Explore #4 of the ‘North of The Wall’ Tour Mid afternoon on day one of our trip North of the border, we continued on through the beautiful countryside… …and stopped off at a photogenic shell of a former castle. History (abridged and rewritten from Wiki) Dalquharran Castle is a category A listed building in South Ayrshire, Scotland, designed by Robert Adam. The house lies in ruins after the roof was removed to avoid local taxation in the 1960s. The old…

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Main Hall Organ seats stage windows arches Birmingham Methodist Central Hall Q Club Adam X Urbex Urban Exploration Access 2018 Abandoned decay lost forgotten derelict location creepy haunting eerie

Explore #223: Birmingham Methodist Central Hall / Q Club – September 2018

Firstly, sorry for the long delay since I posted my last report. It’s been due to a combination of being busy with the day job, non-urbex holidays, and a slowly dying mac which I’ve only just managed to resurrect. I hope to be clearing through a lot of my backlog of reports over the next few weeks and months, so if you haven’t already subscribed for updates please feel free to do so. Explore #1 of the ‘North of The…

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Old classroom blackboard desks De Salle College School Colaiste Iosagain Ballyvourney County Cork Adam X Urbex Urban Exploration Ireland Access 2017 Abandoned decay lost forgotten derelict location creepy haunting eerie

Explore #220: Ballyvourney De Salle College, County Cork, Ireland – September 2017

Explore #5 of the ‘Almost Died Tour’ The final explore of our highly enjoyable Ireland trip was a quick look around a very decrepit former college… History Coláiste Íosagáin (to use its Gaelic name) was a boarding school, purpose-built by the Office of Public Works in two phases shortly after Irish independence around 1933 and 1939. The focus of the school was to promote and revive use of the Irish language. In 1960 the school was purchased by the De…

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