Milkbank House and Stables |Urban Exploring

Built probably in 1895 in Kettleholm near Lockerbie this astonishing mansion in Scots Baronial style lays in ruins. Many of the prominent features such as candle-snuffer roofs or corbelling have long crumbled and disappeared with vegetation hiding the structure from curious eyes.

The carriage porch leads to the main hall with a large fireplace still visible and a quick swipe of the muddy floor uncovers incredibly detailed mosaic tiles.

Simon Wilson

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