Please visit the shop if you wish a copy of any of our photographs or if the image is not for sale please contact us.
logo

Tag : derelict

Loudoun Castle Theme Park – Sept 2011

Loudoun Castle Theme Park was one of Scotland’s few family orientated attractions with only one other rival (M&Ds) so when it closed in 2010 it left a few people with one less place to take the kids during the summer holidays. A lot of people didn’t find out that the theme park had closed as we found out during our first visit. On a pleasant stroll through the front gates we saw 2 sets of parents with 2 cars packet […]

St Peter’s Seminary before the ruin

We’ve visited St Peter’s Seminary twice over the last year, it really is such a unique building with an incredible architecture. It’s important I always feel to look at how it was used in it’s heyday to appreciate the place. It’s difficult to find footage from when it was in use but recently there have been some videos that have surfaced. Check them out below: Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Return to St Peter’s Seminary 2012 Video

Here’s a video we made of our return visit to St. Peter’s Seminary almost a year after we uploaded our first video and started on this journey. It’s interesting to see how it has changed over the course of a year. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Aldwych Station London Underground – World

Underground stations have always fascinated me, the station under the Glasgow Botanic Gardens was fantastic but down in London there are some amazing stations that have long since been abandoned. One of the stations that closed is Aldwych station which is now regularly used as a Film and TV location. Below is a video of the station as it stands now. More information on Aldwych can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldwych_tube_station Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Top 10 Abandoned Places – World

Here’s a video I stumbled upon on YouTube, it is the top 10 abandoned places video on YouTube. I’m sure some folk would like to disagree with these, what would be in your top 10? Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Abandoned Town Spitzbergen Russian Outpost in Norway – World

Today we have a video taken from the abandoned town of Spitzbergen in Norway which was a Russian Outpost. It once embodied the Soviet dream, a system where everyone’s needs were provided for. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Wonderland Amusement Park Chenzhuang Village China – World

It’s been a while since I updated the world section of the blog, so I’ve decided I’m going to trawl through YouTube every day and bring you one abandoned video from around the world. Today we start with the Wonderland Amusement Park Chenzhuang Village, this is an explore by stuckincustoms on YouTube. The place looks absolutely amazing and it has been mentioned that it is like a fake Disneyworld. It’s to the north of Beijing and was only partially built before […]

Abandoned Places in Portugal – Guest Article

Here’s a guest article from one of our friends Ricardo on YouTube. He has started to document the various abandoned places in Portugal. His videos are really great and the places look incredible.   When I was young (15yo) me and my friends used to go to an old abandoned factory, until we got caught by the police … Since then, when i pass by something abandoned i just want to explore it. Randomly I discovered the AbandonedScotland videos, and […]

Post Apocalyptic Scotland – Explores Volume 2 – Abandoned Scotland

So here is our Post Apocalyptic second summary video featuring our visits to Arrochar Torpedo Testing Station, Firs Park Football Stadium, Glenfarg Railway Tunnels and Hartwood Hospital. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

St Peter’s Seminary – December 2011 – Guest Article

Written by Clare. You can see more of Clare’s photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/77535318@N04/ 28th December 2011 marked a birthday treat (!) to St Peter’s seminary. Since reading extensively about St Peter’s and following the various schemes to save it (including a hotel, health spa and private housing), it had become almost infamous in my mind. An excellent lecture the previous month held in the Glasgow Film Theatre (given by Angus Farquar of NVA) spurned me on enough to pester two friends to […]