The now abandoned chapel at the former Royal Masonic School for Boys, Bushey, Herts. Built in 1903, the school was once home to 800 students before closing its doors in 1977. Not all of its former residents remember it fondly.
It was a popular film location in its time, serving as the atmospheric backdrop to cult 60s TV show The Avengers, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, some of the Harry Potter films, and Monty Python's Meaning of Life.
The site is now in the process of being converted into luxury flats.