Ironbridge, Shropshire

The English Buildings blog visits Ironbridge

Delightful look at one of the distinctive buildings in Ironbridge.

“You drive through Ironbridge with the river on your left and suddenly you see a row of brick gables with a pointed Gothic window under each and buttresses sticking out on to the pavement. A little further on, the end of the building reveals its from behind some trees and your jaw drops as a pair of slender turrets – crenellated and with faux arrow loops, but far too small for an archer to stand inside – and an apse-like structure with more crenellations and pointed windows appears. Whatever can it be?”

Read the blog here: https://englishbuildings.blogspot.co.uk/2017/08/ironbridge-shropshire.html?spref=tw&m=1

Ironbridge, Shropshire

Industrial eyecatcher You drive through Ironbridge with the river on your left and suddenly you see a row of brick gables with a pointe…

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