• The Guild Hall Leicester

    This timber framed building was built in 139 for the meetings of the Guild of Corpus Christi. The hall had many uses over the years....

  • House of the Binns Scotland

    The house built in 1612 always belonged to the same family, the Dalyells. The first being butter merchant Thomas. The building shows changes from a...

  • The Old Post Horn Inn Crawford

    This old coaching inn was a staging post, the 6th of 40 stops between Edinburgh and London. It was built in 1744 and today it...

  • Dalston hall Cumbria

    Records which describe the building of Dalston refer to it when the first John Dalston dedicated The Pele Tower to his wife, whom he married...

  • Chatham Docks Kent

    The dockyards were moved to their present location in 1622, and the first dry dock was built in 1600’s.The docks were successfully attacked by the...

  • Aston Hall Birmingham

    The house is located in the inner city area of Birmingham. Between 1618 and 1635 it was built by local squire Thomas Holte and is...

  • Caesar’s Nightclub London

    The club is the largest one in London. It was closed for many years until it was reopened by Fred Batt the present owner. The...

  • Dartford Library Kent

    The library was built in 1916 and originally was a Carnegie Library built using money donated by Scottish American Andrew Carnegie who was also responsible...

  • Tamworth Castle Staffordshire

    Tamworth is a traditional motte and bailey castle. It is thought to date from the 1180’s. Numerous alterations and additions have been added to the...

  • Derby Gaol

    This was built in 1588 across the corn market and alongside the Markeaton Brook, which also served as the town’s sewer. The gaoler’s accommodation was...