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Rosslynlee Hospital Video – October 2011

Some places like Rosslynlee Hospital, you spend ages walking around trying to find an entrance when it was under your nose the whole time. After looking at loads of different ways, we were in. There were some amazing items and details still there from when the hospital had closed. Rosslynlee Hospital was founded in 1874 under its original name of Midlothian and Peebles Asylum (1874 – 1948) then changed its name to Rosslynlee Mental Hospital (1948-60). Set in 64 acres […]

Roscigno Vecchia – Ghost Town – Guest Article

We have another guest article written by our friends over at Ghost Town from their visit to an amazing abandoned town Roscigno Vecchia in Italy. You can visit the Ghost Town website and like their facebook page if you want to see more. Many Italian ghost towns are in Southern Italy, where a hostile nature and a lacking territory maintenance often cause disastrous rockslides, landslides, floods and earthquakes. One of areas most affected is the Salerno province, where the beautiful […]

Air Raid Shelter Urbex Inverclyde – Guest Article

Urbex Inverclyde e-mailed us with an explore of an Air Raid Shelter, the Shelter itself was built by the Birkmyre family in preperation for WW2 (they owned the nearby gourock ropeworks factory which has now been developed into flats) it was built for the employees and their family memebers and could hold more than 1000 people, on the 2 nights of bombing there was thousands of local people trying to get into the shelters for protection, this caused scenes of […]

Dunmore House – Guest Article

Ray Statter visited Dunmore House and shared his great video on our facebook page. In 1820-22 the 5th Earl of Dunmore commissioned the architect William Wilkins to build Dunmore Park, a magnificent mansion very similar to Dalmeny House completed a few years previously. It was occupied by the family until their departure in 1911 and remained as a private home until 1961. After a short spell as a girls school from then until 1964 it was abandoned. Although substantial parts […]

Pirniehall School – Guest Article

There where four of us set out to find Pirniehall School that day Myself, my partner Alan and a couple of photography buddy’s Norm and Nils, after a few wrong turns and getting a little bit agitated, we set off across the fields… over a fence through mud up to our knees almost and over another fence. Being careful not to be spotted from the house at the front we decided to do a little recce round the buildings first. […]

Lera Quarry & ROC post – Guest Article

I cycled off to glamis from kirriemuir initially to go to the glamis roc post (pics at the end) and while looking at the map I found a building in a disused quarry so decided to check it out, and i was rather surprised with what i found! (panorama of the building and surrounding area.) I casually migrated to the first thing i noticed as I put my bike down, an old television set. interiors: admittedly the junk dumped here […]

Have you been exploring? Write a guest article!

So have you been exploring recently? Why not share it with us? We’re looking for people to write some articles and share their experiences and would love to hear from you. Get in contact with us at: abandonedscotland@gmail.com