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WW2 Ammunition Factory Edingham April 2012 – Video

Here’s our video of the WW2 Edingham Munitions Factory featuring the music of Adam Lamprell, there were some interesting finds in the place which was recently used for army training… let’s just say we decided not to cross the mine field areas. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Abandoned Creamery Kirkcudbright April 2012 – Video

The Kirkcudbright creamery was opened on Friday October 21st 1921 and it closed in January 2010 with a major fire occurring in December 2011. It was owned latterly by Milk Link and cost 121 jobs with the average service being between 18 – 25 years at the creamery. It has recently been earmarked for demolition, with part of the site being used for housing. Opposition had been fierce against the plans by those who felt the site should be protected […]

Abandoned Hermiston House since 1980’s – Guest Video

One of our friends TeEnZie on YouTube is also a Scottish explorer and has visited many abandoned places. Her videos have a distinct horror feel and is more from a point of view angle as she walks through various places. I really enjoy her videos and I thought this video of the abandoned Hermiston house was particularly interesting, it even had an old Rolls Royce in the garage! Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

St. Peter’s Seminary – Billy Campbell Video

Another one of Billy Campbell’s excellent videos from his visit to St. Peter’s Seminary, we’ve covered here before but Billy does give a unique horror vibe to his videos. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

From Childhood Curiosity to Appreciation of the Past – The Thrill of Urbex

Here we have a guest article written by Imogen Reed. From Childhood Curiosity to Appreciation of the Past – The Thrill of Urbex Urban exploration is a relatively new term, commandeered by the curious and brave alike; those whom just have to know what lies behind that decrepit wall or door. However, the spirit of urban exploration is certainly not a new phenomenon. A Child-like Curiosity From our childhood memories, many will remember the local abandoned house, hospital or school […]

Railway Trains of Dunaskin March 2012 – Video

Following our video last week of the buildings of Dunaskin this week we look at the trains that are kept here by the Ayrshire Railway Preservation Group. Several of the trains have been been kept here for renovation and preservation with some open days planned in the summer, where everyone can go down and get a ride on some of the steam trains. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

Dunaskin Ironworks buildings March 2012 – Video

The Dunaskin Ironworks is a fascinating place, with an A listed building in the middle as well as a railway heritage center on one side of it. Today we look at the buildings of Dunaskin that have been left making up the now derelict Ironworks / Brickworks. Next week we’ll have a video on the trains of Dunaskin. Click to subscribe to Abandoned Scotland on YouTube

1st Anniversary Photo Competition

The 9th April 2012 marks our first anniversary of the creation of the Abandoned Scotland Facebook community. In our first year we have a following of over 7000 people on Facebook, 5000 subscribers on YouTube and thousands of views of our photos on Flickr. As a thank you to our loyal followers we are hosting a competition where you can win a mounted print of a photo from our Flickr collection. You can even chose which photo you want! There […]

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