TAKE a glance inside an abandoned nightclub as eerie pictures reveal a dancefloor frozen in time with a glitter ball still hanging.
The Refinery’s bars have not served a drink for greater than 20 years, however the constructing stays a time capsule.
It is partitions still maintain their vivid purple, inexperienced and purple paint, with a lot of what the Nineteen Nineties membership held remaining inside.
The Staffordshire constructing’s coat room still stands, with empty hangers ready for revellers.
The previous glitterball still hangs from the ceiling, alongside indicators that learn “The Refinery” and “Friday Social”.
And the VIP space and its balcony that overlooks the dancefloor still holds its vivid purple couches.
There are fridges and cups that have not held alcohol for the reason that final drink was served in 2001.
The constructing, which is greater than 100 years previous, stays available on the market after it didn’t promote at public sale earlier this month.
Bidding had began at £170,000, regardless of it coming with a information worth of £200,000.
The sale comes with planning permission to show the previous membership into seven residences with a retail house on the bottom flooring.
There’s additionally permission for a two-storey constructing with a hyperlink extension containing three residences and retail under.
The constructing has modified fingers many occasions since its days as a nightclub, however stays untouched.
StaffordshireLive took a glance inside when it final went available on the market in 2019.
The constructing was final snapped up for £190,000 in February 2020 – as the Covid-19 pandemic was beginning to unfold the world over.
Previous to being a nightclub it housed the YMCA and was initially constructed to be a lecture corridor.
It comes after the within of a creepy abandoned bingo corridor which fell into disrepair a long time after it is Sixties heyday was revealed.
The Astoria in Hyde, Better Manchester loved golden years as a cinema after which a bingo corridor, however has stood derelict because it was closed down in 2009.
An abandoned townhouse, which seemed prefer it was a part of the set for Jumanji, additionally not too long ago hit the market.
From the skin, the historic flat seems typical of the Victorian sandstone structure throughout town. However inside is a very completely different story.
Readers additionally acquired a sneak peak inside an abandoned manufacturing facility left to rot for years.
Eerie pictures from contained in the dilapidated plant in Longport, Staffordshire, show it has greater than fallen into disrepair.