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Abandoned Gothic Castle, County Kerry, Ireland

The abandoned Dromore Castle is located on the banks of Kenmare Bay in County Kerry, one of the most evocative regions of the Emerald Isle. The architectural design of this once-magnificent manor house is neo-Gothic/Revival Gothic. Most of its classic features are still intact such as lancets, turrets, spiral staircases, carriage arches, oriel windows, and […]

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St. Brigids Hospital Asylum, County Galway, Ireland

Throughout the early to mid-1800s, there was a rapid growth in the development of mental asylums worldwide, with Ireland leading the way. A total of 22 new Irish asylums sprung up between 1810 – 1870, one of which is the now derelict St. Brigid’s Hospital, formerly known as Connacht District Lunatic Asylum (CDLA). The Connacht […]

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Abandoned Belcamp House and College, Dublin 17, Ireland

Belcamp House is rooted in Irish history having housed several political and revolutionary figures who paved the way for our 1916 Independence, such as Countess Markievicz, Bulmer Hobson and Sir Edward Newenham. Other famous Irish figures who once graced the ivy-clad, red-brick mansion, include parliamentarian Henry Grattan, Dublin-born actor and Emmy-winner, Brendan Gleeson, golfer Philip […]

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Abandoned Táin Village Holiday Park, County Louth, Ireland [VIDEO]

The Táin Village Holiday Park and Outdoor Centre is situated in one of Ireland’s most beautiful areas – Omeath, County Louth. In fact, the area surrounding the former holiday park site is renowned for its natural beauty, sparkling rivers, and rolling hills lush with greenery and wildflowers. And of course, there’s the Carlingford Lough, a […]

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The Abandoned FAAC Electronics Factory and Warehouse, Dublin, Ireland

The five-acre FAAC Electronics Factory and Warehouse site has been sitting derelict for 15 years and is a stark reminder of the Irish property crash that occurred in the 2000’s. In 2006, after FAAC shut down their Sandyford operations and moved to Citywest, the site was sold for €110 million to Lalco/Brackville Holdings (€20m per […]

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Welcome to Abandoned World Urbex Photography Grab your torch, climb through the window and explore the belly of Abandoned World Photography, where buildings frozen in time are visually documented from every angle, inside and out, roof to basement. Adventure back through centuries in time and get lost in the raw urbex photography and videography of […]

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Abandoned Riverbank Prison in Perth, WA

Riverbank was opened in 1960 by the Australian Child Welfare Department (CWD). It was Australia’s first purpose-built maximum security reformatory for boys. Riverbank was to address the two tensions in youth offending: the welfare needs of young offenders, and their offending behaviours. The CWD aimed to have a ‘reformatory’ effect on the boys committed to […]

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Most of what I do is done behind closed doors (hehe!) and stays that way. But sometimes, if I feel like a media outlet will portray my urbex adventures in the right light, I will allow engage with them and help them understand and construct an article about urbex and Abandoned World Photography. I’ve summarised […]

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The Abandoned Duffy House, Wanneroo, Perth (Australia)

The abandoned Duffy House and dairy farm ruins are tucked away in the middle of a large golden field on the outskirts of Perth, Western Australia. This historical site tells the story of Irish immigrants and their significant involvement in Australia’s farming industry development dating back to the mid-1800’s. It was of great interest to […]

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Abandoned School, Monkstown Farm (Dublin, Ireland)

This abandoned school was around the corner from my friend’s house and was so hidden, I only noticed it recently. The two of us popped in for a look around one day and had a bit of an adventure. Access was very easy as the school is tucked away in a residential area that’s known […]

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Why I Love Exploring and Taking Photographs of Abandoned Buildings

One question I get asked all the time is, “why do you like exploring and photographing abandoned buildings?”. 11 years on, the answer is always the same and I want to share it with you guys. In this blog, I will explain why it’s my favourite hobby and hopefully inspire others to take it up […]

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Abandoned Planes in Bangkok, Thailand [VIDEO]

My flight from Bangkok to Ireland was delayed by 18 hours, so of course, I took the opportunity to do a bit of exploring. But instead of photographing an abandoned building, this time I was after a double-decker Boeing 747 plane! I got a taxi to the area that I knew the planes were in […]

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Abandoned House, Enniskerry, Ireland.

I used to have a rule that I never go into an abandoned house but I broke that when I went away for a weekend to Enniskerry, Ireland. I saw this derelict building on the side of the road, door wide open, so I let my curiosity get the better of me. In I went, […]

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Abandoned Marianella Redemptorist Centre, Dublin, Ireland

Abandoned chapels, holy water bottles, broken pianos, and sirens are what springs to mind when I remember this day. I found this site on Google one Saturday and decided to cycle straight to it as I wasn’t too far away from it. I had to climb over a big gate to get in which was […]