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Royal Masonic School – August 2012 Royal Masonic School – August 2012(0)

The Royal Masonic School for Boys was an independent school for boys in England. I used to drive past this campus on a weekly if not daily basis so after seeing Landie’s report from site I just had to pop my head around the remaining corridors to see what the old boy was like. Visited in the excellent company of OMJ, Headflux and a non member. Read More

Ipswich County Court – May 2012 Ipswich County Court – May 2012(1)

Ipswich County Hall is a grey gault brick building and was formerly the courthouse, later becoming the shire Hall. There was once an 18th Century gaol at the rear The Tudor Style building was designed by W McIntosh Brooks in 1836. Boosting a central entrance, block build with twin castellated tower and castellated side wings. The central entrance door has heavy double doors and a portcullis grille above. Read More

Severalls Asylum – May 2012 (Image Intensive) Severalls Asylum – May 2012 (Image Intensive)(1)

What better explore for me on this Bank Holiday weekend than the well reported Severalls Hospital in Colchester, Essex. Read More

Bletchley Park – April 2012 Bletchley Park – April 2012(0)

Bletchley Park was the wartime home of GCCS (Government Code & Cypher School)and was situated on the lands of the estate were originally part of the Manor of Eaton that was included in the Domesday Book in 1086. Read More

RAF Bicester – April 2012 RAF Bicester – April 2012(0)

The first flights from Bicester were undertaken in 1911 by Lt H.R.P Reynolds who landed a Bristol Boxkite biplane on the field. Organised flying began in 1916 when A Training Depot was established in 1916 signalling the start of organised flights fromt the airfield and in January 1917, the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) moved into the 180 acre site, with the arrival of 118 night bomber squadron. Read More



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