An old abandoned mansion has been discovered hiding a £20million treasure trove of vintage cars.
The country house – situated near Chester – was built in the 19th century and has been abandoned for years.
Tokyo Scott, 19, a vehicle detailer from Sheffield, UK, has been exploring abandoned buildings since she was 14.
And has always been obsessed with photographing places where nature has begun to reclaim man-made structures.
Searching the property, Tokyo and her fellow researchers uncovered hundreds of old vehicles, including fire engines and trucks.
Among other things, the explorer came across a mold-covered BMW and a green 1987 Ford.
However, they were most overwhelmed by the taxidermists they found on the property.
Tokyo said: “Unfortunately, the owner passed away and left his belongings to his children, who took no special interest in them and left them to rot.”
“This could possibly be due to how much work and maintenance it took to keep everything up.
“I started exploring abandoned buildings when I was about 14 because I loved photography and nature.
“Exploring With Josh is a YouTube channel. He films hundreds of abandoned places around the world.
“He’s really inspirational as he’s been doing this for many years and has never given up or changed for anyone. That’s what I want to be.”
“Some time ago the house was valued at £4million but given its current state it’s now down to £1.2million which is quite a drastic drop.”
This comes after two city researchers discovered hundreds of abandoned cars.
An incredible car graveyard at an abandoned house was also revealed in an online video.