Tim's One Photograph a Day

Historic Buildings

Former Ahronsberg Brothers Factory

Ahronsberg Brothers The Jewellery Quarter of Birmingham has a large collection of former factories. This one was for the Ahron

Packwood House, Lapworth.

Packwood House. Our second National Trust property on consecutive days! This time is was Packwood House, not all that far from

Baddesley Clinton Manor House.

Baddesley Clinton. Today we decided to make use of our National Trust membership. Near to where we are moored in Lapworth is B

Royal Pump Rooms, Leamington Spa.

Royal Pump Rooms. Leamington Spa is full of grand and classic buildings. Amongst the finest is this, the Royal Pump Rooms on t

Procaffeinate Coffee Bar.

Procaffeinate. Just by the bridge where we are moored is this delightful coffee bar. Originally the Grand Union Pub, it is now

The Two Boats Inn, Long Itchington.

The Canalside Two Boats Inn. Back on the move again. Onto new territory, as far as our cruising is concerned. We are now headi

The UCL Cruciform Building Hub.

UCL Cruciform Building. Doing a spot of dog walking waiting for our train at Euston, I came across this spectacular building i

Rugby Clock Tower – Town Centre Landmark.

Rugby Clock Tower. Standing right in the centre of town is this historic feature. Rugby Clock Tower has stood here since 1889.

Banbury Town Hall at Dusk.

Banbury Town Hall. Back to my favourite style of photography. Out with the big camera at dusk – the “Blue HourR

Thrupp Village Visitor Moorings.

Thrupp, Oxfordshire. Another place that is well-known to the canal community, but not so well known generally. This is Thrupp,

Lawrence of Arabia’s House, Polstead Road, Oxford.

Lawrence of Arabia’s House. Blue plaques on buildings have their uses! Otherwise, I would not have known this used to be

The Jericho District of Oxford.

Jericho, Oxford. One time a run down and undesirable area of Oxford. More recently, Jericho has seen an increase in favour, an

Wallingford at Dusk.

Wallingford on the Thames. Moving further upstream on the Thames. Tonight, after a fairly miserable day, the weather brightene

Warwick Castle, River Avon.

Warwick Castle. Today’s photograph is looking along the River Avon towards Warwick Castle. There happened to be “d

The Old Lamb Hotel, Theale, Berkshire.

The Old Lamb Hotel, Theale. This is one of the most attractive buildings in the town, and the only thatched one. The Old Lamb

London Mews, near Paddington Station.

London Mews. Well, this was certainly what I expected to be posting today! We had booked to visit the Postal Museum, and ride

Remaining Buildings, Blatch’s Brewery, Theale.

Blatch’s Brewery, Theale. We are making our way slowly along the canal. So today I was able to visit the remains of Blat

Houses of Parliament – Westminster Palace.

Houses of Parliament from above. We stayed in London overnight, at a Premier Inn Hub. Wonderful concept, and so cheap! Today,

Half a Sixpence at the Noël Coward Theatre.

Half a Sixpence. Complete change today. We have been in the West End. To the theatre, to see Half a Sixpence before it closes

c1500 Medieval/Town Timber Framed Building.

Historic Timber Framed Building. Sometimes, the interesting treasures are hidden. This timber framed building is one. Located