The Village, St Kilda
This remote, abandoned settlement is situated on the largest island of the St Kilda archipelago. The stoney ruins are made up of cottages that were built during the 19th century, left abandoned and isolated. It is said that several residents of the village of St Kilda were unable to survive the diseases that were widespread at the time and either passed away or moved to another town.
New Slains Castle, Aberdeenshire
This hauntingly beautiful castle is located on the beautiful coastline of Aberdeenshire. The roof of the castle has collapsed but the structure offers an insight into a castle that has been abandoned and isolated. The castle was said to be built by Francis Hay, Earl of Erroll in the 16th century to replace the old Slains Castle. The old Slains Castle had previously by destroyed by the Earl on the orders of King James VI following a religious rebellion. Bram Stoker, author of horror novel Dracula, took inspiration from the abandoned ruins for his book after visiting it in 1894. Visit the castle if you dare!
Glasgow Botanic Gardens railway station
This picturesque railway station is situated in the West End of Glasgow in the Kelvinside area and used to operate as a railway station serving the botanical gardens. The station was opened in 1896 and reflects the city’s rich heritage. Built during the Victorian era, the train station had buildings on the ground level and beneath the gardens themselves.
St Peters Seminary, Cardross
This abandoned yet serene sanctuary was meant to be an environment for young men to reflect on life before they entered into priesthood. The Seminary was built in 1966 and abandoned almost three decades after. Located in a dark and eerie forest, this seminary has a haunting atmosphere and is a must visit for those who get a thrill out of a beautiful and spooky experience.