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Exploring the abandoned Mannequin Mansion Eastend House

This is actually a video we shot a couple of years ago but never had a chance to edit. Unfortunately from what I’ve heard it has deteriorated a lot since then and is now very dangerous to enter. The real surprise of Eastend House was the several mannequins that were left around the house. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Exploring the Abandoned House of Dunmore Park

Last week we posted up a video of our aerial exploration of the abandoned mansion Dunmore Park House. We posted up a video before of inside the abandoned house which you may have seen. Some of the amazing work that went into the 19th century building can only really be seen from the air. It was commissioned in 1820 by the 5th Earl of Dunmore. It was occupied as a family house until as recently as 1911 and remained as […]

Exploring an Abandoned Power Station Video

We’ve visited the site of ICI Nobel before but with each visit we never had the time to visit the giant building of the abandoned power station. It dominates much of the skyline here with many of the other buildings much smaller in size surrounding it. ICI Ardeer was commonly known locally as the ‘factory’ or the ‘Dinnamite’. At the time the company generally provided higher quality employment regarding terms and conditions and pension rights than other local firms. The […]

Abandoned House of Lathallan

The abandoned house of Lathallan is a B-listed baronial country house near Polmont in Falkirk which was built in 1826. It was also known in some places as Lawrence Park. It was designed by the renowned architect Thomas Hamilton with much of the detailing being lost due to vandalism and it’s general deterioration leaving it close to an empty shell. There was a major fire in 2006 that some say was due to a squatter that had been living inside. […]

A look inside Balintore Castle Video

After our previous article on Balintore Castle we’re back with a look inside the formerly abandoned castle in video form. Balintore Castle is a victorian A listed building that was left abandoned for over 40 years. The castle is situated above the village of Balintore near Kirriemuir. It was designed in 1859 by William Burn. In the 1960s it was decided that the extensive dry rot would not be repaired and it was left abandoned until it was bought through […]

Taking Your First Steps

On a fairly mild day in February 2011 a group of friends ventured out to see for themselves a few unique locations in Scotland which were not quite your average tourist sites. Packed with basic camera equipment, wellies and what is now a long running private joke, the legendary green trousers they set off to find a few places which not too many people ever venture to. Places that have long been forgotten by society as a whole. Places that […]

Abandoned Nerston Residential School

Sometimes places we visit have so many things stripped out but little details remain, sometimes these details can offer an insight into the people that run the place. Nerston Residential School must have had some great teachers with some good positive messages now lying decaying on the walls. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Abandoned Scotland Summary Volume 8 – Apocalypse

This weeks video is the Abandoned Scotland Summary Volume 8 video. Featuring the videos from Merchiston Hospital, Birkwood Hospital and Cults Lime Mine. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

The Bowling Club – Lawn Bowls – Abandoned Scotland

Sometimes the smallest place can hold the dearest memories, this is an old lawn bowls club that has been sitting derelict in a quiet spot where most people would walk past without ever knowing what lies up the stairs. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Buchanan Castle Video – Abandoned Scotland

Buchanan Castle is a large house in Stirlingshire, Scotland, and serves today as the seat of the Clan Graham. Located west of the village of Drymen, the house was built by the 4th Duke of Montrose in 1854. The original structure, the ancestral seat of the Clan Buchanan, had burned down in 1852, and Montrose commissioned William Burn to replace it. Burn designed an extravagant manor in the Scottish baronial style, enclosing an L-plan tower in a clutch of turrets, […]