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Brick Collection

Background imageBrick Collection: Scala Cinema, Ilkeston

Scala Cinema, Ilkeston
One of the earliest purpose built cinemas in the country still in use. IoE 352257

Background imageBrick Collection: Odeon Cinema

Odeon Cinema
1936 by Harry Weedon In the Modern Movement style of the Odeon circuit. Located in Harrogate, West Yorkshire. IoE 382334

Background imageBrick Collection: Pottery Works, Stoke on Trent

Pottery Works, Stoke on Trent
Main range of pottery works, now visitor centre and factory shop. IoE 384378

Background imageBrick Collection: Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station
Distinctive London landmark designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. IoE 207028

Background imageBrick Collection: Shakespeare Memorial Theatre

Shakespeare Memorial Theatre
Theatre of 1874-9, rebuilt 1929-32 after fire, except for library block and part of auditorium. Located in Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire. IoE 366450

Background imageBrick Collection: The Leas Lift, Folkestone

The Leas Lift, Folkestone
Only the 3rd lift in England to be built operating by water balance. Folkestone, Kent. IoE 175454

Background imageBrick Collection: Stewartby Brickworks 24082_026

Stewartby Brickworks 24082_026
Stewartby Brick Works, Bedfordshire. The first brickworks hers was founded in 1897, and it went on to have the largest output in the world

Background imageBrick Collection: Rebuilding P_H00101_009

Rebuilding P_H00101_009
DOVER, KENT. A large group of Belgian labourers, working on behalf of the Ministry of Works and posing outside of reconstructed terraced housing, in Dover, Kent

Background imageBrick Collection: Hudson Road Mills MBC01_04_23

Hudson Road Mills MBC01_04_23
Hudson Road Mills, Hudson Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire. The entrance front of Burtons Hudson Road Mills clothing factory seen from the north, with a red Mini parked outside

Background imageBrick Collection: Assembling a prefab P_H00043_005

Assembling a prefab P_H00043_005
Trowley Rise, Abbots Langley, Three Rivers, Hertfordshire. Workmen assembling a Swedish prefabricated house in Abbots Langley, Hertfordshire

Background imageBrick Collection: New Street Worcester, 1942 a42_03571

New Street Worcester, 1942 a42_03571
New Street, Worcester. The exterior of 4 Corn Market and 30 New Street, part of King Charles House, viewed from Corn Market

Background imageBrick Collection: Midland Road sheds DP173426

Midland Road sheds DP173426
Midland Road, Worcester, Worcestershire. Exterior of warehouse in railway yard, now used as Redpoint Climbing Centre. Detail view of polychrome brickwork on the west elevation

Background imageBrick Collection: Eltham Lodge PLA01_03_0955

Eltham Lodge PLA01_03_0955
Eltham Lodge, Eltham, Greenwich, Greater London. Eltham Lodge at Royal Blackheath Golf Club, seen from the south-west. Eltham Lodge was built in 1663-1665

Background imageBrick Collection: St Pancras Public Baths PLA01_03_0139

St Pancras Public Baths PLA01_03_0139
Kentish Town Sports Centre, Prince of Wales Road, Kentish Town, Camden, Greater London. The heavily decorated Mens Second Class entrance of the former St Pancras Public Baths

Background imageBrick Collection: Camberwell Leisure Centre PLA01_03_0056

Camberwell Leisure Centre PLA01_03_0056
Camberwell Leisure Centre, Artichoke Place, Camberwell, Southwark, Greater London. The restored front south facade of the Camberwell Leisure Centre, formerly known as Camberwell Public Baths

Background imageBrick Collection: Brixton Recreation Centre PLA01_03_0004

Brixton Recreation Centre PLA01_03_0004
BRIXTON RECREATION CENTRE, BRIXTON, LAMBETH, GREATER LONDON. Brixton Recreation Centre seen from the south-east. Brixton Recreation Centre was opened in 1984

Background imageBrick Collection: Bankhall Girls Institute PLA01_02_128

Bankhall Girls Institute PLA01_02_128
Rydal Youth Centre, Stanley Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool, Merseyside. The former Bankhall Girls Institute, later used as the Rydal Youth Centre and Rydal Gym

Background imageBrick Collection: Rolfe Street Baths PLA01_01_079

Rolfe Street Baths PLA01_01_079
Black Country Living Museum, Rolfe Street Baths, Tipton Road, Dudley. The Rolfe Street Baths, originally located in Smethwick

Background imageBrick Collection: Nechells Baths PLA01_01_085

Nechells Baths PLA01_01_085
Nechells Baths, Nechells Park Road, Nechells, Birmingham. Nechells Baths, seen from the west after restoration work to convert it into a community and business centre

Background imageBrick Collection: Rolfe Street Baths PLA01_01_078

Rolfe Street Baths PLA01_01_078
Black Country Living Museum, Rolfe Street Baths, Tipton Road, Dudley. The Rolfe Street Baths, originally located in Smethwick

Background imageBrick Collection: Jame Masjid PLA01_01_095

Jame Masjid PLA01_01_095
Jame Masjid and Community Centre, Green Lane, Small Heath, Birmingham. The spire, belfry and decorative clock face band of the clock tower of the former Small Heath Public Library and Baths

Background imageBrick Collection: Jame Masjid PLA01_01_103

Jame Masjid PLA01_01_103
Jame Masjid and Community Centre, Green Lane, Small Heath, Birmingham. The relief sculpture on the gable end of the library block of the former Small Heath Public Library and Baths

Background imageBrick Collection: Jame Masjid PLA01_01_094

Jame Masjid PLA01_01_094
Jame Masjid and Community Centre, Green Lane, Small Heath, Birmingham. The clock tower of the former Small Heath Public Library and Baths

Background imageBrick Collection: Stepney housing PSM01_01_08

Stepney housing PSM01_01_08
STEPNEY, TOWER HAMLETS, GREATER LONDON. Exterior view of an unidentified brick built terraced house, with blocked doorway and window, probably in Stepney

Background imageBrick Collection: housing estate URBAN LANDSCAPE architecture historic

housing estate URBAN LANDSCAPE architecture historic
Design and the Environment. Timekeepers Square, Salford, Greater Manchester. Detail of the jamb between a Georgian house on Encombe Place and a new-build on the Timekeepers Square development

Background imageBrick Collection: Vantage point DP262283

Vantage point DP262283
Parkway Cinema, 62 Eldon Street, Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Detail of windows above the entrance to the Parkway cinema at fourth-floor level, with a row of pigeons sitting on the overhanging lintel

Background imageBrick Collection: Fountain JLP01_09_811054

Fountain JLP01_09_811054
Sir John Laing Building, Page Street, Mill Hill, Barnet, Greater London. A fountain outside the front entrance of the Sir John Laing Building, Mill Hill

Background imageBrick Collection: Sir John Laing Building JLP01_10_08850

Sir John Laing Building JLP01_10_08850
Sir John Laing Building, Page Street, Mill Hill, Barnet, Greater London. The exterior of the front entrance to the Sir John Laing Building, Mill Hill

Background imageBrick Collection: Future Home 2000 JLP01_09_810990

Future Home 2000 JLP01_09_810990
Future Home 2000, Coleshill Place, Bradwell Common, Bradwell, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. The interior of the conservatory entranceway at the completed Future Home 2000 in Milton Keynes

Background imageBrick Collection: Future Home 2000 JLP01_09_810279

Future Home 2000 JLP01_09_810279
Future Home 2000, Coleshill Place, Bradwell Common, Bradwell, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. A view of progress at the Future Home 2000 construction site in Milton Keynes

Background imageBrick Collection: Future Home 2000 JLP01_09_810278

Future Home 2000 JLP01_09_810278
Future Home 2000, Coleshill Place, Bradwell Common, Bradwell, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. A view of progress at the Future Home 2000 construction site in Milton Keynes

Background imageBrick Collection: Clock tower JLP01_10_56690

Clock tower JLP01_10_56690
BRITISH LIBRARY, EUSTON ROAD, ST PANCRAS, CAMDEN, GREATER LONDON. A view of the British Library, looking up at the clock tower from the front courtyard during the later stages of construction to

Background imageBrick Collection: Kings Dyke Brickworks 28731_067

Kings Dyke Brickworks 28731_067
Kings Dyke Brickworks, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire, 2015. TL2497

Background imageBrick Collection: Albrighton Railway Station

Albrighton Railway Station
Albrighton is one of its original stations of the Shrewsbury and Birmingham Railway. Shropshire. IoE 255141

Background imageBrick Collection: Canalside Warehouse

Canalside Warehouse
Used for the storage of bar iron before it was processed in the cementation and crucible works. Said to be the sole survivor of this type of warehouse in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. IoE 457545

Background imageBrick Collection: Belchers Lift Bridge

Belchers Lift Bridge
One of an important series of Oxford canal lift-bridges, of a type now rare in England. IoE 423607

Background imageBrick Collection: Kiln at OS 9472 9966

Kiln at OS 9472 9966
Kiln said to have been used for iron ore smelting, early C20. IoE 409657

Background imageBrick Collection: Signal Box

Signal Box
Parbold Cabin Signal Box on Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. IoE 357858

Background imageBrick Collection: Coppull Ring Mill

Coppull Ring Mill
Former cotton spinning mill, 1906, in art nouveau style. Coppull Lancashire. IoE 357608

Background imageBrick Collection: Church of Jesus Christ and the Wisdom of God

Church of Jesus Christ and the Wisdom of God
Grade I listed church built in the free Byzantine style. IoE 289483

Background imageBrick Collection: Bridge Over Pond, Whiteley Village

Bridge Over Pond, Whiteley Village
Bridge reflected in water. IoE 286828

Background imageBrick Collection: Warehouse D, Albert Dock, Liverpool

Warehouse D, Albert Dock, Liverpool
Warehouse now housing part of the Merseyside Maritime Museum. IoE 213633

Background imageBrick Collection: St Marks Church Hall

St Marks Church Hall
Former church hall, now RSPCA centre, Lincoln. IoE 197754

Background imageBrick Collection: The Royal Oak

The Royal Oak
Mid C18 timber-framed public house. Great Dalby, Leicestershire. IoE 189791

Background imageBrick Collection: Mountnessing Windmill

Mountnessing Windmill
Post mill of 1807, restored to working order by Essex County Council. IoE 373755

Background imageBrick Collection: Hownes Gill Viaduct IoE 350551

Hownes Gill Viaduct IoE 350551
Railway viaduct, now part of Waskerley Walk, County Durham. IoE 350551

Background imageBrick Collection: Meadow Mill

Meadow Mill
Constructed in the 1870 s, situated in Stockport, Greater Manchester. IoE 210882

Background imageBrick Collection: Hat Factory

Hat Factory
Elevated viewpoint of a hat factory in Luton. IoE 35820



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