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  • Bell-Edison Telephone Building

    The Bell-Edison Telephone Building at 17-19 Newhall St, Birmingham was completed in 1896 to the design of architect Frederick Martin of the firm Martin & Chamberlain. Whilst fairly plain at ground level, the upper storeys feature a rich variety of terraco…

  • Moor End, Commonside, Crookes, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

  • Copped Hall Essex, c1910, burnt 1917 and now a ruin

  • Garendon Hall, Leicestershire (Demolished 1964)

    Garendon ended up as hardcore for the construction of the M1; I probably drive over its remains at least once a week!

  • Saint Pancras Church, Euston Road, Camden, London

  • Saint Pancras Church, Euston Road, Camden, London

  • Fulwell Park, Richmond upon Thames, Greater London

    A seventeeth century house remodelled in the mid to late eighteenth century. Originally called Fulwell Lodge. It became the home of King Manuel II of Portugal after the Portugese revolution of 1910, but was demolished after his death in 1932. Its park i…

  • Homeward Bound...

    ...from our walk on the moor.

  • Just Struck Town

    Real photo postcard. "Zanesville, Ohio. 8/29/15."

  • Broadgreen Abbey, Liverpool, Merseyside (Demolished c1973)

    Apparently demolished for the M62 motorway c1973.

  • a period of adjustment...

    ... having recently arrived from flickr it seems I may have to get used to somewhat reduced viewing figures over here ~ only getting about a tenth of the traffic at the moment ~ hopefully things can only improve ! Now, what groups can I post this to....?

  • the way things are...

  • Crewe Chronicle

    Ghost sign on the former Crewe Chronicle premises.

  • Triumphal Arch, Parlington Park, West Yorkshire

    Built by the Gascoigne family to commemorate America's victory in the war of independance. I think the only one of its kind in England

  • Railway Tunnel, Cambria Road.

    Yashica T2D, HP5+, Feb 2017, London SE5.

  • Crewe

    The polychromatic brickwork seen here at Crewe Station may contain bricks manufactured by the London and North Western Railway Company at its Crewe works.

  • Wohnungsbau in der DDR - als das Chemnitzer Heckert-Gebiet entstand

  • Im Heckertgebiet von Chemnitz 1985

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