A journey into eHeritage

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The things that made the CCT

St. John’s Leeds Then-and-Now

Before After

Emley Moor Transmitter

The Emley Moor mast is part of the television transmitting station for the north of England. At over 330 metres high, it is taller than the Shard and the Eiffel Tower. The mast was completed in 1971 for the Independent… Continue Reading →

Protected: Colne Valley Postal Museum, Halstead, 30th December 2019

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Destructor Delights

Visitors to York are spoilt for choice with interesting historic buildings. Those who return for a repeat visit, or even for a second or third sojourn to this ancient walled city will still discover historic sites yet to be ticked… Continue Reading →

Theatre Royal Chatham

The history of a majestic but sadly now lost theatre that once stood in the High Street in Chatham, Kent. This was my first heritage project [read more]…

Stained-glass windows close-up

Here are some photographs of stained glass from around the country with a magnifier to zoom in. This enables a viewer on a mobile device or a smaller screen to zoom in to see details while appreciating a view of… Continue Reading →

A trip to the seaside

August 2019 – a photographic trip to capture the early morning sunrise on the south Suffolk coast. Equipment Camera body: Fuji X-T2 Lenses: Samyang 12mm f2; Fuji 18mm f2 Filters: None Tripod: Slik Professional series Weekend before last, I drove… Continue Reading →


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