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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.


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

A cheerful excursion to the WV State Penitentiary!

Yes, nothing like a visit to a forbidding state penitentiary to start the weekend! I hope you’ve been behaving yourself.

We happened by the former prison once again while returning from a visit to my doctor in, appropriately, West Virginia. 1,282 more words

Road Tripping

For the Modern and Less Dramatic Gothic

 If stores like Hot Topic grab attention but the clothes themselves could be, well, a little less different, still shop at these stores. Remember, the ensemble and the general feel of these unique stores make them all too exotic and unnerving. 375 more words

Sara Khan

Ambleside: Wray Castle

Located at Claife Wray is Wray Castle, the former home built for the retired Liverpool surgeon James Dawson. The elaborate house was designed and built by the 19th century accountant John Jackson Lightfoot. 126 more words

19th Century Architecture

RELEASE: Gothic Revival by Carson Buckingham

Sirens Call Publications is pleased to announce the release of

Gothic Revival  by Carson Buckingham

Alex and Leo Renfield are a husband and wife contractor team who’ve recently moved to the village of Woodhaven, Connecticut to escape the chaos of life in New York. 358 more words

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