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Report - Drumley House, Ayrshire. February 2012.


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Found this totally by accident driving home from earlier urbex through Mossblown in Ayrshire. Took me a while to find out any information on the building as there were no signs anywhere, and I'm not from round 'ere like.

However I eventually found out that the building is called Drumley House, built in the 18th Century. It was formerly a maternity hospital, school, community centre and eventually flats before being left to rot. Once again allegedly in development for new accomodation, but zero signs of any activity. There were some newer buildings which had a more community centre feel, these were quite badly fire damaged and the floors were pretty dangerous feeling. On with the shots:



Inside there's some questionable decor in some of the flats.


Beautiful stairs.



We crawled through this hole. I wasn't going to until my boyfriend called me a poof.

There was a really creepy cellar which was extremely dark, but also had contained flats at one point. Much of the furniture remained.


Rest of the shots here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/this_mermaid/sets/72157629475572831/

Once again thanks for looking, all feedback appreciated. I know they're just crappy point and shoot pictures, but I'm pure buzzin for the urbex. :)


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