1960s play sculpture in Birmingham. Grade II

Just Listed: 20 Unusual Places given Protected Status this Year

Concrete house at 78 South Hill Park
Concrete house at 78 South Hill Park

There’s a great blog post here on Historic England, with a couple of sites in the Midlands here too. Although not perfect, these sites demonstrate how England’s listing system has developed over the years. Moving on from stately homes to gin palaces and bus stations.

I’m loving the brutalism of the concrete house at 78 South Hill Park in Camden. What’s your fave?

Find our more: http://heritagecalling.com/2015/06/17/just-listed-20-unusual-places-given-protected-status-this-year/

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