Friday, 27 September 2013

The Derelict East: Changing Rooms, Lowestoft

Its exterior covered in graffiti'd images of crows, this dingy hole was once a changing room facility for either the neighbouring Lowestoft Cricket Club ground or a now-gone caravan site - perhaps both.

This building is only a few minutes walk from Ness Point - the most easterly point in the UK - so this may well be the nation's most easterly derelict site.

Saturday, 14 September 2013

HMSO Walk pt 2

Second part of an earlier entry, exploring Norwich's long-empty Sovereign House.

Thursday, 5 September 2013

The Dead Birds of Sovereign House

The remains of dead birds - I assume pigeons - in the derelict Sovereign House, Norwich. They get in, can't get back out, die. Yet with nothing to scavenge the corpses, they are left to rot into an almost exquisitely delicate-looking state of crystal fragility.

HMSO Walk pt 1

An afternoon stroll around the beautiful decay of Sovereign House, Norwich, the little-loved former HMSO building, now derelict for over a decade.