A highlight of the British Cellophane site.
The UK’s most exclusive kitchen establishment for 4,000 of it’s most fortunate citizens.
Mr tracksuit trousers himself – Ali Explores back on top of London.
From the now demolished wards at Langdon hospital, Devon’s medium secure unit. The dentists chair was the reward after several members of the party had disappeared through the floor in the adjacent room.
One of the pair of giant rotating kilns at Westbury Cement works. More from the site:
The Plant House, Pyestock, August 2010. Not a blue pipe in sight. My favourite building of the entire site. More from the Plant House… Our exit from the building was timed to perfection. 10 seconds earlier and the visit would … Continue reading
The staircase is the highlight of the photogenic creamery at Torrington. Title inspired by graffiti inside the building. More from the Art Factory…
The brilliant medical centre at the former British Cellophane plant, Bridgwater, now demolished.
Somewhere under London.
Whiling away a pleasant hour accessing the trackbed of the Cannington Viaduct, South Devon.
Dreadnought, aka the Malago stormwater interceptor. Spungletrumpet heading up towards the sewage overflow. More…