Educational Facilities

Educational Facilities

Schools, Colleges, Campuses; I can’t say I am a great fan of this type of explore. These places are BIG and take some exploring. I like to get in and out before anyone notices. If you are arsing around for 2-3 hours, then security may turn up.

 

I would not say abandoned education facilities are in short supply, but you need to get in before they demolish them. Schools tend to not make great renovation projects and wiping them from existence once abandoned appears to be becoming more commonplace.

Visited: August 2020

Birkdale School for Hearing Impaired Children

…’scrambling around the back was fun and very close to some detached houses. I’m sure they don’t think it’s fun to have this creaking behemoth next to their prestigious properties’…

 

Visited: June 2020

Springwell School

…’A load of kids, between the ages of 10 to around 16 were sitting in a large room and went deathly quiet when I poked my head in to say ‘hello’. There must have been 20 of them, and all eyes were on me in an instant’…

Visited: June 2020

Heaton Royds Special School

…’While trying to not look at the inhabitants I couldn’t miss the massive bong that was next to the car and around 3 feet in height. There were two Asian blokes in the car, quite oblivious to me and off their heads.’…

Visited: June 2020

Horsforth Campus

…’with all these pieces of metal sticking out of the ceiling, walking down corridors was a little hazardous; I’m quite attached to my eyes’…