Located in the Greenbank area of Bristol, the site dates back to 1881 and had many names & owners previous to Elizabeth Shaw. The site
The site of Hanham Hall hospital dates back to the middle 17th century. Starting out as a gentry house and agricultural and industrial centre it
Cane Hill was a psychiatric hospital in Coulsdon in the London Borough of Croydon. Built to handle patients unable to attend the Springfield and Brookwood
The Victoria Tunnel is an early Victorian Grade II listed structure built to transport coal to the River Tyne from a colliery at Spital Tongues,
These are actually some images from another short visit in September. For previous visits and history check out the gallery for a full list.
St Vincent’s Works were built as the offices for John Lysaght’s Iron Works. The buildings construction was finished by Milverton Drake. Constructed in 1891 and it
The site of Dalton Mills dates as far back as the mid 18th century. The current buildings were built in the late 19th century. Dalton
The chemical plant dates right back to 1917, it has had various names and uses over the years – Aluminium Sulphar Limited, ISC Chemicals Limited,
The Sevalco plant in Avonmouth, Bristol, specialised in producing carbon black. Carbon black is most commonly used in the production of rubber in tyres. The
This probably was the very last visit to Barrow. Having documented the site over the past 18 months – the complete destruction of the site
It’s been a while since I’ve been out an about, no better way than to get back to one of the best asylum sites in
St Regis Paper mill in Subrook, Caldicot was built in the 1960’s and specalised in producing paper and packaging for the fruit and veg industry.