The history of the Bristol Royal Hospital for Sick Children can be traced back to 1866. The building on St Michaels Hill was opened in
The story of Tower Colliery is one of fighting the system and of great success & local pride. Along with all deep mines, Tower was
First Visited this back in January 2010, one of the best industrial sites I’ve ever visited. Returned again in 2011 to see more of site.
George Barnsley & Sons Ltd specialised in tools for shoe makers and leather workers. The building closed around 2004. This was my third visit to
Built in 1787 and closed in 1993 Loxley Congregational Chapel was known later in life as Loxley United Reformed / Independent Church. The building is
Second visit to the Stanley Royd Chapel. Something I swore I’d never visit again due to it being one of the most disgusting explores ever!
It’s difficult to find anything out about this mill. Due to the vast amount of cotton mills around the area of Oldham I guess they
A Return visit to one of my favourite little industrial sites in the north west The Broughton Barn Pottery was founded on a large clay
West Park was the last mental hospital to be developed on the Horton Estate, having been planned since 1906, prior to the opening of neighbouring
Gelli Aur Mansion was rebuilt by the Earl of Cawdor between 1827 and 1832, replacing an earlier Tudor mansion, he house remained in the Cawdor
Cabot Tower was built between 1896 and 1898 in memory of John Cabot, 400 years after he set sail in the Matthew from Bristol and
Stanley Mill is grade 1 listed woolen mill located just oustide of the village of Stonehouse. Work started on building the mill in 1812 and