Tag Archives: architecture

Hometown Glory – Part Eight: More Building-Spotting

Image Source If you’ve been following the posts in my hometown glory series, you’ll remember me gushing about architecture in the ends. Well, here’s a new addition – I was driving through central London last week, spotted this building & fell in love with it. It’s the now disused ‘Samaritan Free Hospital’, located on Marylebone […]

Yuck! It’s ugly!

Image Source Outside of foreign comedy and/or people who are the sole reason for the following stereotypes (I wont name names), I’d like to think we Brits are more than a collection of stiff-upper-lips and stodgy cuisine, like this: Image Source One thing we can boast, is our beautiful architecture as you might remember from […]