When All The People Have Gone The Great Buildings Of Earth Will Look Like This.

When All The People Have Gone The Great Buildings Of Earth Will Look Like This. December 10, 2016

Matt Emmett has been shooting under the name ‘Forgotten Heritage Photography’ at abandoned locations for the last three years. Since he first climbed the fences surrounding a derelict jet engine research establishment in the UK, he has been hooked on the thrill of photographing the amazing and otherworldly scenes found at many of these forgotten and secretive locations. You can see more of his work on his [Facebook page][1]. [1]: https://www.facebook.com/ForgottenHeritagePhotographyThe view from an upper floor window of an abandoned health spa in Belgium.

A recently abandoned school housed this small but stunning chapel in Europe.

Symmetry shot of the beautiful main auditorium at a synagogue in the UK.

The impressive frontage of an educational faculty in a busy Belgian city.

German Schlafhorst Autoconer machine at a long abandoned textile mill in the UK.

The view looking out from behind the air fins within the large 24′ wind tunnel at The Royal Aircraft Establishment.

The sunset creates a warm glow on the walls of this architecturally impressive derelict coal mine.

Banks of switches, dials and gauges on this vintage control desk in an abandoned power station.

The impressive frontage of a once grand asylum, years of abandonment have taken their toll on the building and just an empty shell now remains.

Sunlight filters down through the broken roof of this abandoned textile mill. An important heritage location from Britain’s early industrial days.

Some of the chairs littering a room in this largely empty chateau, once used regularly for wedding hire.

The grand staircase that once led to the principles office at this now disused university site in Europe.

Detail shot of high pressure pipes designed to carry steam around a European power Station.

The exterior of a radar dome at dusk.

The interior of a military radar tracking station lit up from outside by the warm glow of the sunset.

A retro TV set sits surrounded by the gradually worsening decay in an abandoned house in the UK.

A sprawling castle complex in Wales, left for many years for nature to reclaim.

A beautiful folly in the grounds of a once immaculate and grand country estate. After a fire gutted the house 70 years previously the entire estate was left to the elements and now resembles something more akin to the jungle bound temples in Angkor, Cambodia.

A stunning classical roman style ceiling in the entrance lobby of an abandoned health spa in Europe.

Deep beneath London are a series wonderful spaces of Victorian construction. This is the view within one of several large underground reservoirs beneath the capital.

The vast 24′ diameter fan prop blades at the Farnborough Royal Aircraft Establishment wind tunnel complex.

The photographer stands within the wind tunnel, in front of a set of four turning vanes that direct the air flow around a series of 90 degree turns on the way back to the testing platform and fan. Farnborough Royal Aircraft Establishment.