It's not common, but sometimes entire post-secondary institutions abandon their campuses. One such example is the Ushaw College, a one-time Catholic seminary in County Durham in Northeast England. Founded in 1808, it become the main training ground for priests in northern England. The college made it to the two century mark before being forced to close in 2011. Closed, but not forgotten. As you'll see in this drone video by johnisonline, abandoned places can provide great bird's eye views of the past.