Firbeck Hall was formerly the home of 19th century architect and writer Henry Gally Knight who is assumed to have been a principal information source for Walter Scott during the writing of Ivanhoe. Firbeck Hall was built in 1594 by William West, who made a fortune practicing law and serving as an associate to Gilbert Talbot, 7th Earl of Shrewsbury from 1580 to 1594. The hall was later used as a country club.
The first part I found my way into was the gymnasium. Moving through the corridors of the wing, I found the pool soon afterwards.Not much more in this wing, apart from a few rusty lockers in a dark room. Got a quick corridor shot before moving on. On the way out I was spotted by a dark that started to bark, I didn’t wait around to see if the dog had an owner attached.That was me told! That said there were a lot of spent shotgun shells lying around.