Documenting dereliction and decay

Prudential Assurance Buildings, Oldham, September 2016


This place appeared as a lead on one of the forums over the weekend, but did not state exactly where about in the country the building was based, after a few communications with the Oldham based Weasel and some late night text messages to arrange a time, the visit was planned. Fast forward a few […]

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Bare Street Christian Mission, Bolton, July 2016


Sadly, I can find no history about this place, nothing what so ever, so I am just going to let the photos tell the story this time.

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Protestants Martyrs Memorial Church, Liverpool, January 2016


Founded in 1903 and closed around 2004. Founding Father of the Church was a Pastor George Wise. The church maintained a sound uncompromising Protestant Evangelical Witness. From her inception, enemies constantly prophesied her early demise but under God the work begun by Pastor Wise was faithfully carried out by his successor, Rev. H. D. Longbottom […]

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Croda Chemicals, Bromborough, December 2015


To be honest, I have never really been a big fan of these industrial places, I just don’t find them that interesting and struggle to find the inclination start looking for interesting shots. This place was no different really, it had been on the radar for a number of years, it was busy a few […]

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Kelvin Fenton Mill, Burnley, December 2015


Kelvin Fenton operated from these premises specializing in packaging, a distinct lack of information on this place exists.

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Murphy’s Machinery Factory, Menston, November 2015


G.L Murphy Machinery Ltd. was an industrial parts manufacturer established in 1930. They were based in a mill named Imperial Works, on the rural outskirts of Menston in West Yorkshire. The company made tools, belt driven machinery, transmissions and electrical equipment, specialising in items for tanners and leather manufacturers in addition to glue and gelatine […]

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Lluesty Hospital, Holywell, November 2015


Lluesty Hospital, located approximately 1km from the town centre, was constructed between 1838 and 1840, by Thomas Hughes of Liverpool. It was designed by John Welch, the architect of St. Asaph and Surveyor to the Guardians, and was originally built as a workhouse for the Union of 14 parishes. The Poor Law Commission sanctioned the […]

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RAF Church Fenton, Tadcaster, November 2015


First opened in 1937, RAF Church Fenton is the former home of the first American Eagle Squadrons and was formally regarded as one of the UK’s most important strategic airfields, offering rapid reaction fighter defence to the industrial cities of Sheffield, Bradford and Leeds during the second World War. Now, after decades of faithful service […]

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St Pauls Church, Denholme, September 2015


St Pauls Church, grade II listed. Situated in Denholme near Bradford. The church was completed in 1846, designed in the early English style of architecture, comprising of a seven bay nave and lean to aisles, a Chancel and a vaulted roof with ribs and bosses. The church finally closed in September 1999.

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