I usually have a rule that I never go into an abandoned house but I broke that when I went away for a weekend to Enniskerry. 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, to a … Continue reading Derelict House, Enniskerry.
This site was pretty cool, but it was small considering a lot of rooms were inaccessible due to flooding. The buildings that were open and derelict, were all being actively used by squatters it seemed and the amount of rubbish and graffiti implied there was a lot of drugs/drinking going on here too. Overall, it … Continue reading Derelict Windgate Farm, Co. Wicklow, Ireland
I stumbled on this derelict farmhouse in County Wexford, Ireland one day as I was going for a Summer stroll. Sometimes, the best explorations are buildings you find spontaneously. There were a good few abandoned structures here but most of which were completely boarded up. The areas I did manage to get in to were … Continue reading Abandoned Farmhouse, Co. Wexford
The Clancy Barracks date from about 1857 and have had a long connection with artillery, cavalry, and ordnance. They have been associated with various military events including the Crimean War, the Boer War, World War 1, and the 1916 rising. The site is now being used for various film and TV show sets, most notably … Continue reading Abandoned Military Clancy Barracks, Dublin (Ireland)
This is one of the most challenging sites I have explored on my own. I knew security would be very high here, so I opted for a back entrance in. This meant using Google Maps to navigate through several overgrown football pitches and through very creepy woods until I came across small derelict buildings that … Continue reading Derelict Portrane Mental Asylum, Co Dublin (Ireland)
I spent months trying to find a way into this historical building that played such an important part in Irish history, specifically 1916. It is where Eamon De Valera and his men hid out when things were getting heated in Dublin during the war of independence. Another site I've explored that holds even more historical … Continue reading Derelict 1916 Bolands Flour Mill, Dublin (Ireland)
When I see a big sign on a door saying "KEEP OUT", my mind tells me no but my body tells me yes. It is impossible not to go in especially when you know there's an abandoned site behind it. This derelict call centre was your standard abandoned office - old equipment still there, wires … Continue reading Derelict Swiftcall Call Centre, Sandymount (Ireland)