Please dont copy our pics without permissions

Tag : Abandoned Places Devon

Bluebell Cottage, Devon

A look inside this former abandoned home with the owners possessions still inside Visited June 2015 Devon, UK Abandoned   Sitting room of the cottage which has items that have been fire damaged Old Daily Mail newspaper from 1946 was still on a table Bedroom with personal effects scattered around Kitchen area which had been ransacked Good Housekeeping dated Sep 1956 at a cost of 2s This room had been heavily ransacked with personal items strewn everywhere Old books rotting […]

Aalen House, Devon

A look inside the former Aalen House, This former carehome closed down with no notice Visited Nov 2017 Devon, UK Abandoned   Chairs and old furniture piled up in one of the rooms Entrance way which has had the cieling tiles ripped down Former rooms have also been trashed with paint being thrown around the room Corridor which suffers heavily with mold due to the leak in the stair well Another room housing residents belongings in boxes including books and […]

South Efford House, Devon

A look inside the former South Efford House, Once a prominant house in the area eventually turning into a carehome Visited June 2018 Efford, UK Abandoned   Main lobby of Efford House which has seen better days The exact date when South Efford House was built is unknown although 1760 is inscribed on the Victorian addition to the front of the house in the photograph below. There was a very much older cottage for the ferryman on the original site, […]

Shire Horse Centre, Devon

A look inside the former Shire Horse Centre, Once a major tourist attraction in Devon Visited June 2009 Yealmpton, UK Under Construction   Former Free Fall Slide – Many memories of people who visited here will be this slide The site was originally part of a working farm since the late 1800s Tony Flower established the National Shire Horse Centre in 1978 and quickly built it up into one of the most popular tourist attractions in the region, visited by […]

City College Goschen Centre, Plymouth

A look inside the former City College in Plymouth. This building was sold off to bolster its finances Visited Nov 2020 Plymouth, UK (Abandoned)   Former nursery of the college Goschen center , a landmark building is being demolished. The complex of three concrete blocks was built by the Ministry of Defence in 1968 as training workshops for Dockyard apprentices. The three-acre site was later taken over by City College Plymouth for use as a training centre. But it was […]

Edgcumbe Hotel, Newquay

A look inside the former Edgcumbe Hotel which closed its doors after going bankrupt Visited June 2021 Newquay, UK (Abandoned)   Former bar area of the hotel which is in a state of disrepair Not a lot of history can be found about this hotel except it went bankrupt and closed In the dining room the cieling has started to collapse from a water leak upstairs Reception area which has been trashed by local squatters who were evicted in 2017 […]

Burngullow Clay Dryers, Cornwall

A look inside the former Burngullow Clay Dryers, once home to China Clay processing in cornwall Visited Aug 2018 Cornwall, UK (Mid demolition phase)   Rail lines leading to the loading area of the clay works Once Burngullow was open, the Cornwall Railway found there was a demand for facilities to transport china clay from the St Stephens district to Par harbour. To satisfy this they opened a station at Burngullow on 1 February 1863. The construction costs were largely […]

Reel Cinema – Pymouth

We step inside Reel Cinema Plymouth, Once a thriving cinema now its doors are closed Visited July 20019 Plymouth, UK (Undecided)   Some screens have suffered heavy damage when the owners turned off the water pumps inside Built on the site of the Theatre Royal (1813-1937, architect J. Foulston), the Royal Cinema was built for and operated by Associated British Cinemas(ABC) and was designed by their in-house architect William Riddle Glen. The Royal Cinema was re-named ABC from 28th April […]

Steer Point Brickworks, Brixton

A look inside the former Steer Point Brickworks, A casualty of the finacial crisis in 2008. Visited Apr 2020 Brixton, UK (Abandoned)   Sheds that housed the production of bricks have all but been removed No longer viable the Steer Point Factory, located near the Yealm estuary in Steer Point Road, Brixton, was once part of ‘the brickbusiness’ group. The original brickworks dates back to the 1890s but the present factory was built after the Second World War in the […]

Langdon Court, Devon

A look inside the former Langdon Court Hotel which closed due to Covid 19 Losses Visited July 2008 Devon, UK (Mid demolition phase)   Former entrance way into Langdon Court Langdon Court Hotel was closed in June 2020 after losses caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Former Bathroom in one of the rooms