The Cutty Sark Conservation Project by Grimshaw Architects
A makeover was always on the cards for this sea faring veteran, but an electrical fire in May 2007 gutted the ship throwing the renovation project into despair. Five years and 50m pounds later, she ha...
Stayley Hall
Stayley Hall, also known as Staley Hall, is a Grade II* Listed Building in Stalybridge, Greater Manchester. The structure dates to at least the 16th century – it appears on maps from 1577 and 1580 – b...
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Gibside
Gibside is a country estate, set amongst the peaks and slopes of the Derwent Valley, between Rowlands Gill, Tyne and Wear and Burnopfield, North East England. Gibside was previously owned by the Bowe...
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Chillington Hall
Chillington Hall is a Georgian country house near Brewood, Staffordshire, four miles northwest of Wolverhampton, England. It is the residence of the Giffard family. The Grade I listed house was design...
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Old Hall Hotel, Sandbach
The Old Hall Hotel, Sandbach, is a public house and restaurant in High Street, Sandbach. Cheshire, England. It was built in 1656 on the site of a previous manor house, and since been extended. In th...
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Hazlegrove House
Hazelgrove House is a substantial 17th-century house and Grade II listed building located in the parish of Queen Camel near Sparkford, Somerset, England. It was largely rebuilt by Carew Mildmay in 173...
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Bank Hall
Bank Hall is a Jacobean mansion in Bretherton, Lancashire, England. It is a Grade II* listed building. The hall was built on the site of an older house in 1608 by the Banastres who were lords of the m...
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Portland Square, Bristol
2°35′10″W / 51.4615°N 2.5861°W / 51.4615; -2.5861Portland Square (grid reference ST594737) is a Grade I listed square in the St Paul's area of Bristol.It was laid out in the e...
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St Helen's House
St Helen's House is a Grade I listed building situated in King Street, Derby, England. Now leased as offices, it has been used in the past as a private residence and as an educational establishment. I...
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Public Library and Baths, Balsall Heath
The Public Library and Baths (grid reference SP078843) on Moseley Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham, England, form one of many pairings of baths and libraries in Birmingham, managed by Birmingham City C...
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Heritage at Risk
Heritage at Risk is a collective term applied to 'designated' heritage assets (i.e. those that are protected as Listed Buildings, Scheduled Monuments, etc.) that are at risk as a result of neglect, de...
Perrott's Folly
Perrott's Folly, grid reference SP047862, also known as The Monument, or The Observatory, is a 29-metre (96-foot) tall tower, built in 1758. It is a Grade II* listed building in the Edgbaston area of ...
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Thomas Banastre
Sir Thomas Banastre KG (c. 1334 - 16 December 1379) was a Knight of the Garter from England.
He was the son of Sir Adam Banastre (of Bretherton) and his wife Joan Petronilla (of Claughton) andwas ...
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Ravensworth Castle (Tyne and Wear)
Ravensworth Castle is a ruinous Grade II* listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument situated at Lamesley, Tyne and Wear, England.
Early owners included Fitz-Marmaduke, Lumley and Gascoigne....
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Cockermouth Castle
Cockermouth Castle (grid reference NY123309) is in the town of Cockermouth in Cumbria on a site by the junction of the Rivers Cocker and Derwent. It is a grade I listed building and a Scheduled Ancien...
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Starston Windpump
Starston Wind Pump is a hollow post mill for pumping water, situated west of the village of Starston in the English county of Norfolk. The Pump is 330 yards away from the parish church of Saint Margar...
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Low Ham Roman Villa
The Low Ham Roman Villa was a Roman courtyard villa located near Low Ham in the civil parish of High Ham in the English county of Somerset. It is best known for the extraordinary figured mosaic depict...
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The Cutty Sark Conservation Project by Grimshaw Architects
A makeover was always on the cards for this sea faring veteran, but an electrical fire in May 2007 gutted the ship throwing the renovation project into despair. Five years and 50m pounds later, she ha...
Polesworth Abbey
Polesworth Abbey was a Benedictine nunnery in Polesworth, North Warwickshire, England.
It was founded in the 9th century by St. Modwena and King Egbert. The first abbess was Edgytha (daughter of K...
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Codnor Castle
Codnor Castle is a ruined 13th-century castle in Derbyshire, England. The land around Codnor came under the jurisdiction of William Peverel after the Norman conquest. Although registered as a Schedule...
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Bank Hall Estate
The Bank Hall Estate is the demesne of the jacobean mansion house of Bank Hall, including much of land around the village of Bretherton, which is owned by the Lilford Trust.
The Estate began when ...
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Abbey Mills Pumping Stations
0°00′03″W / 51.5307°N 0.000835°W / 51.5307; -0.000835The original Abbey Mills Pumping Station, in Abbey Lane, London E15, is a sewage pumping station, designed by engineer Jos...
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Upper Brook Street Chapel, Manchester
The Upper Brook Street Chapel, also known as the Islamic Academy, the Unitarian Chapel and the Welsh Baptist Chapel, is a former chapel with an attached Sunday School on the east side of Upper Brook S...
Upper Brook Street Chapel, Manchester - Wikipedia
Lawshall Hall
Lawshall Hall is a Grade II* listed building, re-built in 1557, that is located in the parish of Lawshall in Suffolk. The Hall is adjacent to All Saints Church and is very close to the centre of the ...
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Castle House, Bridgwater
Castle House in Bridgwater, Somerset, England was built in 1851 for William Ackerman. Much of the building is made of brick but it was one of the first buildings to make extensive use of Portland ceme...
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Aller, Somerset
2°51′W / 51.05°N 02.85°W / 51.05; -02.85Aller is a village and parish in Somerset, England, situated 5 miles (8.0 km) west of Somerton on the A372 road towards Bridgwater...
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Bennerley Viaduct
Bennerley Viaduct is a disused railway viaduct spanning the Erewash Valley between Awsworth in Nottinghamshire and Ilkeston in Derbyshire. The Viaduct is set to be restored and incorporated into a new...
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Hinton Charterhouse
2°19′25″W / 51.3256°N 2.3235°W / 51.3256; -2.3235Hinton Charterhouse is a small village and civil parish in the Bath and North East Somerset unitary authority, Somerset, Engl...
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