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Brogyntyn Hall, Shropshire

Remodelled from existing buildings in 1804, Brogyntyn Hall is imposing building, but only has 16 principal bedrooms and seven reception rooms (there is a newer

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The Foghorn Station, Flat Holm Island

The foghorn station on Flat Holm island was built in 1908 to accompany the lighthouse that originates back to 1737. The powerful compressed air signal

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St Vincent’s Works, Bristol

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

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Bridewell Island, Bristol

This was my third visit to the site, having previously visited back in Feb & March. I still don’t think I’ve captured all of the

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Tottenham House, Savernake

There have been four buildings called Tottenham House on this site on the southern edge of Savernake Forest. The present palladian mansion was built in

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Weston Pier, North Somerset

Sadly on the 28th July Weston Pier caught fire. A huge devistating fire destroyed the pavilions at the end of the pier. 3 days later

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Angel of the North, Gateshead

On the way back from St Mary’s a quick detour off the A1 to take this in. I’d driven past it countless times in the

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Pro-Cathedral of the Holy Apostles, Bristol

The Pro-Cathedral of the Holy Apostles was the Roman Catholic cathedral in the city of Bristol, England from 1850 to 1973. The Pro-Cathedral was replaced

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Bridewell Island, Bristol

A simply a massive place, once a former police station, court house and fire station. Thanks to Urban Splash for the access.