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The Mill Hotel, Croston, Preston, UK. 

The Mil Hotel is situated in what was Gradwell Farm, in the parish of Ulnes Walton. It was name after a Nowegian Seafarer who ventured up the River Ribble and eventually into the River Lostock. 421 more words

North Wales Hospital - Denbigh Asylum, Wales, UK. 

Denbigh Asylum was designed by architect Thomas Fulljames to accommodate between 60 and 200 patients. The hospital originally had its own farm and gasworks. Planned for closure during the 1960s, it was closed in sections from 1991 to 1995. 87 more words

By dusk's pastel light

You know how sometimes the best part of the sunset isn’t on the western sky? This view, looking southeast, shows an abandoned drive-in – and an interesting fence – lit in the glow of the pink light from a waning day.

Slaton, Texas
photographed 1.23.2016


The Abandoned House Next Door

The house next to our childhood home where my dad and his girlfriend reside in County Cork, Ireland, has been empty for a long long time. 516 more words

County Cork

Bradley Airport Terminal B

Peter and I used to drop off Cristine at this terminal when she would be leaving on some of her long trips to South Asia for work.   150 more words

Jon Crispin

William Stones 'Cannon Brewery', Sheffield, UK.

William Stones started brewing at the premises in Acorn Street, Sheffield, where this brewery took up all the western side of the street. Sometime after 1860, he formed a partnership with Mr Watts and moved about half a mile down the road, taking over the Neepsend Brewery of Shephard, Green and Hatfield. 107 more words