The now empty buildings of the former Braintree Campus of Colchester Institute.
A sprawling former lunatic asylum on the outskirts of Cardiff. She’s a big one this one.
One of the tallest structures in Plymouth, this former administrative centre now lies empty. The building is Grade II listed.
One of the three giant milling structures on the Avonmouth docks.
Exploring Bristol’s only ice rink, which closed its doors in 2011. New student accommodation now sits on the former ice rink site.
Coles Quarry was opened in 1867 and was named after the earlier operators of the site, Joseph Coles & Son
Also known as Kesteven County Asylum, this site in Sleaford hasn’t changed much over the last eight years. Buildings are now boarded up, but the site still lies forlorn and gutted.
Otherwise known as the City of London Asylum. Now completely converted into luxury housing.
Photos from a few visits to this huge derelict asylum in Colchester, Essex. The site has now been mostly demolished to make way for new houses.
Possibly one of the best all-round sites to have been explored in the UK in the last ten years. No one will ever forget this beast of a site!