Hospitals

St Peter’s Mortuary, Chertsey

Built as part of the original St Peter’s hospital it served to deal with causalities during the second world war. Built at the rear edge

Other

Silverlands, Chertsey

The exact date Silverlands was built is unknown, however it is thought to be between 1818-1825, the first owner being Vice-Admiral the Rt. Hon Sir

Hospitals

Frenchay Hospital, Bristol

Frenchay Hospital was a former A&E hospital in North Bristol that closed in May of this year after the creation of the new ‘Super Hospital’

Ystrad Einion Copper Mine
Underground

Ystrad Einon Copper Mine, Wales

The mine itself could possibly date back as far as the mid  1700’s but first real records show it was re-established 1871 but production was

Celuan Mill
Industrial

Celuan Mill, Talybont

Out of the 5 mills situated in Talybont the mill was the only one built on the banks of the River Celuan. It is sometimes

Leri Tweed Mills
Industrial

Leri Tweed Mill, Talybont

Leri / Lerry Mills, situated at the confluence of the Ceulan and Leri rivers produced Tweed for suit making using both water wheels from the

Industrial Popular

Battersea Power Station, London

There are a handful of ‘iconic’ sites within the UK exploring community.  I could talk to you for hours about some of the truly great

Military Underground

Farleigh Down Tunnel, Batheaston – Wiltshire

Monkton Farleigh ammunition depot utilised an old stone quarry below a plateau some 450 feet above the valley floor in which ran the main line

Derby Royal Infirmary
Hospitals

Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, Derby

Built in 1810 on land formerly part of Derby’s Castlefield estate the Derby Royal Infirmary served the local area until 2009 when the majority of

Industrial

Bass Maltings, Sleaford

The Maltings were built by Bass Breweries at the start of the 20th century and were the largest of their kind in the country.  Costing