Shandon House, spooky and very derelict – example of Scottish Baronial architecture. The pointed towers are distinctive of century Scottish revival. Shandon House was built for William Jamieson in 1849 and is set in 31 acres overlooking Gare Loch.
This institution looks just this way every evening. Ominous lighting and melodramatic architecture look like a lovely old building by day. It& the Buffalo Psychiatric Center as photographed by Christopher Payne in his book, ASYLUM.