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Explore #232: Istvántelek Train Yard, Budapest, Hungary – September 2018

Explore #1 of the ‘Lightweights & Heavyweights’ Tour Coming up are some posts from a fantastic five days in and around Budapest in September 2018 with Mark, James and Jade. We explored some real ‘heavyweights’ of abandoned beauty, as well as enjoying Budapest’s traditional sights and getting very drunk in their famous ruin bars (we being the ‘lightweights’ part of the tour title!) and soothing our hangovers in magnificent outdoor spas. As soon as we had collected our car and…

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Explore #231: St Aidan’s Church (aka Circle Church), Galashiels, Scotland – September 2018

Explore #9 of the ‘North of The Wall’ Tour As we headed home on the final morning of our Scottish tour, we managed to squeeze in one last explore North of the border – another abandoned church located slap bang in the middle of a busy residential area, which has sadly since been demolished. History The South United Presbyterian Church was founded in 1880, and later renamed first as St Cuthbert’s and finally as St Aidan’s Church in 1981. It…

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Explore #230: Maison Dieu Church, Brechin, Scotland – September 2018

Explore #8 of the ‘North of The Wall’ Tour Our final stopover on Day Three was this long-abandoned church… History Built in 1891 in the Late classical neo-Georgian revival style, Maison Dieu was designed by the renowned Scottish architect Sir George Washington Browne. Formerly owned by the Church of Scotland, it has lain empty since the early 1980s and fallen into serious disrepair. It is B-listed, and was entered on the ‘Buildings At Risk’ register for Scotland in 2001. After…

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