A place for my photographs to live, along with other random things.

I like to explore and take photographs, whether it be disused buildings or just something random that I happen to like the look of." itemprop="description"/>

Cottage Farm, Worcestershire - April 2012

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A place that has been covered countless times, not really got any history on the place. However, it's apparent that the owners had plenty of spare cash to spend on cars! Somewhere that I've been wanting to see for a long time, once again it's a shame that it's really gone down hill with the Read more

Cottage Farm, Worcestershire - April 2012

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A place that has been covered countless times, not really got any history on the place. However, it's apparent that the owners had plenty of spare cash to spend on cars! Somewhere that I've been wanting to see for a long time, once again it's a shame that it's really gone down hill with the Read more

Malvernbury Care Home, Malvern - April 2012

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Our Malvern home is both friendly and well managed where we respond to the needs of each of our residents with courtesy and dignity at all times. From the moment of arrival at our Worcestershire home you will receive a warm welcome from both staff & management. Our home is tastefully decorated, Read more

Malvernbury Care Home, Malvern - April 2012

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Our Malvern home is both friendly and well managed where we respond to the needs of each of our residents with courtesy and dignity at all times. From the moment of arrival at our Worcestershire home you will receive a warm welcome from both staff & management. Our home is tastefully decorated, Read more

J. H. Weatherby Falcon Works, Hanley - March/May 2012

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The Falcon Works Hanley, was owned by J. H. Weatherby & Sons Ltd who established a works on site in 1891. The works originally specialized in earthenware but later went on to produce fine porcelain. The former extant hovel kiln most likely dates from the 1890s, although the inner kiln has Read more