Category: Abandoned

  • The Abandoned Farm House / Lancashire

    The Abandoned Farm House / Lancashire

    In this video, we travel far outside of our comfort zone as we find ourselves exploring an old and abanonded farm house just outside of Nelson and over in Barrowford. We are excited to document this fine structure before mother nature reclaims the land and the building becomes nothing more…

  • ACCRINGTON MAGISTRATES COURTS / AGGIE MADE AN APPEARANCE!

    ACCRINGTON MAGISTRATES COURTS / AGGIE MADE AN APPEARANCE!

    Accrington Magistrates Courts and Police Station were officially opened in 1935. It has a simplified and streamlined classical style with an ashlar, flat roof on 2 levels. One and two storeys. The court house is single storey of 2 different heights. Upon its closure, it has fallen into a somewhat…

  • 130 million BOMBS Were Stored Here! / Healey Dell / WW2

    130 million BOMBS Were Stored Here! / Healey Dell / WW2

    Healey Dell where bombs and shells were filled. It opened in 1941 and closed two years later. In that time it produced around 130 million 20lb bombs and 25lb shells. Today you can still see many of the buildings that were either adapted for war work or purpose built. ➝…

  • Cob Castle – The Abandoned Community

    Cob Castle – The Abandoned Community

    Back in the last 1800s and early 1900s, ‘Cob Castle’ was a community of workers who were employed in the nearby quarries, mills and factories within Haslingden. Many people worked long, laborious hours, often with a pittance for a wage. Together, they would witness tragedies such as a murder on…

  • Exploring Hollinshead Hall and Old Well House at Tockholes

    Exploring Hollinshead Hall and Old Well House at Tockholes

    In this video, we walk through Roddlesworth Woods that are located in the towhship of Tockholes, looking for the old ruins of Hoddlesworth Hall and the creepy looking Well House! The ruins of the ancient manor house was largely rebuilt by John Hollinshead in the 1770s. In Victorian times, Hollinshead…

  • Black Abbey Street, Accrington – An Exploration!

    Black Abbey Street, Accrington – An Exploration!

    Just a short video as we take a look into just one of the many fire damaged buildings situated along Black Abbey Street in Accrington. In 1191 Accrington was granted to the Abbot of Kirkstall Abbey and around 1200 the monks built a grange (small-scale abbey) in the area that…

  • The Abandoned Haslingden Congregational Graveyard

    The Abandoned Haslingden Congregational Graveyard

    Original built 1787, and a new chapel built in 1854, Haslingden Congregational Church no longer exists within the town. However, many graves, along with their headstones can be found lying hidden away and becoming forgotten about. With overgrown vegetation, rubbish and headstones collapsing, this once magnificent graveyard is now but…

  • The Abandoned New Row Methodist Graveyard | Blackburn

    The Abandoned New Row Methodist Graveyard | Blackburn

    Built in 1828, the site upon which the chapel still stands was the gift of Mr. G. W. Turner, who was a prosperous calico printer with a business in Stakes Hall, Mill Hill. He was also Member of Parliament for the Borough of Blackburn, and an inscription over the door…

  • Walking Musbury Heights | Grane | Rossendale

    Walking Musbury Heights | Grane | Rossendale

    #musbury #rossendale #quarry ➝ Please remember to SUBSCRIBE to our channel so you never miss a new upload! https://www.youtube.com/@DaysofHorror?sub_confirmation=1 Working life on Musbury Heights pre-dates the 1850’s and quarrying continued until sometime around the 1930’s. The stone was used to create the sets (cobbles), curbs and flag stones for properties…