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Paul Backhouse Aug 21
For how about the wonderful Bath Spa train station
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Victorian Web Aug 22
A joy to come across unexpectedly, this fanciful external lamp at Sandringham, possibly executed by Barnard, Bishop & Barnard of Norwich
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HeritageWalkCalcutta Aug 22
A trivia for you today. On one of our explorations we found this beautiful cast iron boundary perimeter fence outside a house in . It contains a coat of arms & an inscription "RMC". what does this mean? We don't know. Let's brainstorm together!
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IFAW_Camino_2019 Aug 22
Research question for , inspired by 's Tweet last week. What exactly are "Wellington Chairs"? Are these cast-iron spikes in , , (guarding a C19 gateway) examples? Do they actually deter 'widdling in corners'?
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John Scurr Aug 21
Gates to the former Mausoleum built 1908-10 and demolished 1966 in St James Church, Warter, Yorkshire. The two monograms are for Guy Wilson and his wife Isabel.
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Victorian Web Aug 22
Another for -- some gorgeous sunflower andirons by Thomas Jekyll, c. 1876, brass with iron support. Just need a fireplace!
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Katie Carmichael Aug 22
Today’s European contribution to is the Palm House in the Jardins des Plantes, Nantes.
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Jenifer White Aug 22
For running up to at What can you find this weekend to tweet next Thursday? A Patricia Payne photo from
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Paul Keeley Aug 22
Remnants of one end of a footbridge over the River Kelvin at Garscube spotted last week
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Robert M Ross Aug 22
Spotted in Kilmun Cemetery
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Janita Drew Aug 22
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Angela Williams 🌈🍦👒🦆 Aug 22
Iron trim on this magnificent door, anchor & chain on quay for
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Ruth Pelling Aug 22
Exquisite early 19th century Prussian cast-iron Jewellery for I was blown away by these - just beautiful. Often worn in mourning.
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5thLackey Aug 21
Pair of inspired torcheres flanking the entrance to the Town Hall. Lanterns look to be original. Could not find foundry mark.
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Dr Lucy Jessop Aug 21
For , some of the cooking paraphernalia , Yorks. We finally got to enjoy the project, in which I played a very small part. Fabulous 1860s house, with a v satisfying plan.
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Eddy Foster Aug 22
Accidental find for its a medieval mortar cannon in our big store on a high shelf! wonder when this was last fired? @sheffieldissuper from ???? find all sorts in a days work.
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Andy Knight Esq Aug 15
Another tired old cast iron pavement light in the workshop that is being replaced and reinstalled by the team at @hargreavesfndy
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Norfolk Historic Buildings Aug 22
For we continue our theme. Do you know of any still standing? Find out more about our NHBG research project
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HeritageWalkCalcutta Aug 21
How did societies in ancient West Asia make iron? Thorough research and experimental archaeology has the answer!
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Dr Sophia Adams (Sophie Brooches!) Aug 22
- see what iron is in other European languages
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