An abandoned housing estate dubbed ‘Scotland’s Chernobyl’ is still home to 20 residents. Eerie photographs taken by urban explorer Kyle Urbex, detail the extent of the derelict conditions inside the Clune Park estate in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde.

The derelict scheme has been plagued by vandals and arsonists, with the inside of some flats extensively damaged by fire. A church and primary school on the estate are also boarded up and abandoned. The leader of Inverclyde Council, Stephen McCabe, said “it would remind you of somewhere like Chernobyl”.

Photographs from inside Clune Park show abandoned homes full of possessions as if residents left their homes in a rush.

Kyle Urbex, 26, felt uneasy as he explored the abandoned buildings and was in disbelief when he spotted people still living there.

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