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Abandoned Scotland Summary Volume 7

This weeks video is the Abandoned Scotland Summary Volume 7 video. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Abandoned Inchkeith Island Drone Flight – Abandoned Scotland

A short one this week of some footage from Inchkeith Island, it was very windy on the day but we tried to get up as high as possible to show some of the unique views of the firth of forth and the amazing island itself. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Inside Birkwood Hospital Video – Haunted Halloween

As it’s the weekend before Halloween we decided to show the inside of the former Birkwood Hospital. A series of videos of celebrities staying in the hospital will start from halloween on YouTube recorded by Haunted Planet TV so here is a preview of some of the interior. Make sure to like us on facebook or follow on twitter to keep up to date with these being released. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Urban Exploration Summary Volume 6 – Abandoned Scotland

Urban Exploration Summary Video Volume 6 is now online, showing clips from our explores of Balrossie School in Kilmacolm, St. Peter’s Seminary and the derelict Dunaskin Ironworks. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Abandoned Inchkeith Island Video

Here is our latest video from visiting Abandoned Inchkeith Island, the lighthouse on the island is still maintained but several of the buildings dating from before WW1 remain abandoned and untouched for years. Inchkeith is an island in the Firth of Forth, Scotland. It is part of the council area of Fife. Inchkeith has had a colourful history as a result of its proximity to Edinburgh and strategic location for use as home for a lighthouse and for military purposes […]

Drone Flight Birkwood Castle Hospital – AR Drone 2.0 – Abandoned Scotland

A short video this week as we were heading out on an early explore, it was formerly a lodge to Birkwood Castle, built for the McKirdy family, which was purchased in 1920 by Lanarkshire Council for use as institution for juvenile mentally handicapped patients. The site remained in use as a hospital until 2005. This was a permission visit to Birkwood Castle Hospital, currently in the process of renovation. http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/en/site/228265/details/birkwood+house+south+lodge/ If you would like to visit please contact lee@birkwoodcastle.com to […]

Drone Summary Video – AR Drone 2.0

With some brand new videos of some new places to come over the next few weeks, I thought it was the ideal opportunity to put up a summary video of our AR Drone 2.0 flights up until now. The drone really has added a new perspective to exploring and allows us to see places that we wouldn’t have been able to without having the AR Drone 2.0. This videos shows the old St. Peter’s Seminary in Cardross, The Abandoned Chapel […]

Commentary video from visiting Loudoun Castle Theme Park

After out permission visit recently we thought it was time to make a short commentary video on Loudoun Castle Theme Park. Part of the visit allowed us to see in the rarely seen walled area of the park which was a great surprise, you can see what’s inside in the video. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Top 5 Abandoned / Exploring Videos – Abandoned Scotland

I’ve always wanted to use the playlist feature more so this week I thought it would be worthwhile giving it shot, so we made a playlist of our top 5 Abandoned / Exploring videos from places all over the world. Let us know what you think of the playlist. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Loudoun Castle Theme Park – AR Drone 2.0

We’ve been dying to fly the drone in Loudoun Castle Theme Park, so when the opportunity came along for a permission visit we made sure to take it. It was a windy day but the drone definitely let us see some parts from a different perspective that would never be seen otherwise. There might also be a surprise at the start … Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube