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"/>

Anglesey Aluminium - August 2016

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Anglesey Aluminium Metal Ltd, which shut down on 30 September 2009, was a joint venture between the Rio Tinto Group and Kaiser Aluminum. Its aluminium smelter, located on the outskirts of Holyhead, was one of the largest employers in North Wales, with 540 staff members, and began to produce Read more

Shelton Hospital, Shrewsbury - June 2016

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Shelton Hospital was a hospital specialising in mental health, located in Shelton, Shrewsbury, close to the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital. The hospital opened in 1845 as the Shropshire and Montgomery County Asylum with an official capacity of 60 patients although already, on opening, having 104. The Read more

NT Frost Electroplating, Birmingham - January 2015

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A good one to start the year off with, nice meeting Clebby too, always good to put a face to a name. This place is the result of an amalgamation of 3 or more once separate factories, as a result there is a mishmash of different architectural styles reflecting the different eras that they were Read more

New Years Eve in London - December 2014

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I had been meaning to do something on New Years Eve for some years, finally this year I managed to get out and about in London. Read more

Woolton Hall, Liverpool - December 2014

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Woolton Hall is a Grade 1 Listed property built in the early 18th century. The hall and associated grounds extend to some 1.59ha (3.92 acres). In 1972 a 5 storey accommodation block for the convent was erected in the grounds. The hall and convent block are now vacant. To the southern edge of the Read more

Woolton Hall, Liverpool - December 2014

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Woolton Hall is a Grade 1 Listed property built in the early 18th century. The hall and associated grounds extend to some 1.59ha (3.92 acres). In 1972 a 5 storey accommodation block for the convent was erected in the grounds. The hall and convent block are now vacant. To the southern edge of the Read more

North Wales Hospital, Denbigh - December 2014

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Designed by architect Thomas Full James to originally accommodate between 60 and 200 patients, the hospital originally had its own farm and gasworks. Planned for closure by Enoch Powell during the 1960s, it was closed in sections from 1991 to 2002. We had visited here back in early 2012 whilst the Read more

Frenchay Hospital, Bristol - July 2014

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The area that Frenchay Hospital stands on (70 acres of land) was sold to the Corporation of Bristol in 1921 and for the next ten years it then became a children's TB hospital - Frenchay Park Sanatorium. In the late 1920s it was deemed that it was too small for all its patients, so, in 1931, five Read more
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