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#COFFINHOP2014: Gothic Revival

It’s Coffin Hop time again and the internet is abuzz with horror authors talking about their work! Sirens Call Publications will be featured our library of horror, sure to scare and excite! 274 more words

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Kind Words for the Gay Graves Tour

“So much of our time is preparation, so much is routine, and so much retrospect, that the pith of each man’s genius contracts itsel f to a very few hours.” 123 more words

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Erehwyna Enruoblem

There is so much variety in the architecture of Melbourne, from the early colonial basic rectangular bluestone buildings to recent constructions. In one city block you might see half a dozen or more architectural styles. 449 more words


Town Hall, Middlesbrough

Town hall and Municipal Buildings, 1883/89 by G.G. Hoskins (Darlington). Statues by W. Margeston (Chelsea). Sandstone ashlar. Lakeland slate roofs. Municipal buildings on 4 sides of courtyard, town hall adjoins north side, fronting onto Corporation Road. 8 more words



The allure of this abandoned Gothic Revival church is responsible for my descent into the realm of urban exploration photography.


A glimpse into Pugin's Ramsgate

The pain of an early morning train down to Ramsgate today was amply rewarded by a wonderful glimpse into the home of Augustus Pugin (1812-1852), a world away from his most famous creations – the stunning gothic interior of the Palace of Westminster and the clock tower better known as Big Ben. 483 more words


Tamworth: Holloway Lodge

Holloway Lodge dates to 1810 and was built as part of an extensive restoration programme at Tamworth Castle. The single storey gatehouse originally had battlemented crenellations which were raised when the Borough Council added another floor. 26 more words

19th Century Architecture