The Edible Bus Stop began as a guerrilla gardening project adjacent to a South London bus stop, and has flourished into a fully fledged example of urban interventionism.
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This enchanting pillared staircase once led to Ireby Grange, a grand three-storey mansion that was destroyed by fire in 1957, and subsequently became an abandoned ruin prior to being demolished.
Behind the sand dunes of St Mary’s Bay near the small fishing village of Low Newton by the Sea, Northumberland, nestles this small bench, created from drift wood and old lobster pots.
In the mountains east of Lake Como stands a beautiful Baroque villa abandoned for decades. The source of a local urban legend, Villa de Vecchi – or the Ghost Mansion – was built by a nobleman whose life ended in tragedy.
These photographs by Al Henderson and Alan Allen mark the last few days of Phantom F-4J ZE351 on the fire dump at RAF Finningley in South Yorkshire, awaiting scrapping.
May 16-17 marks the 70th anniversary of Operation Chastise, the famous Dam Busters raid carried out by No. 617 Squadron RAF, Bomber Command. This article examines 20 historic images of the raid and bomber crews.
Rock-cut tombs are an impressive form of rock-cut architecture which many ancient civilisations built for burying prestigious and wealthy individuals. Explore some of the world’s finest here!
Google.co.uk has celebrated the 150th birthday of Frank Hornby, the Liverpool born English inventor, businessman and politician best known for creating Meccano and Hornby Model Railways.
This article examples three classified aircraft that may have been built and flown at Area 51 over the past three decades. And while there’s no hard evidence that they were, there are some compelling clues.
The internal balconies, pillars and ceiling supports – grand in a functional way – boast all the hallmarks of a former Victorian swimming pool. Read more about Dovecot Studios and adaptive reuse.
This Avro Shackleton – call sign Pelican 16 – of the South African Air Force was restored to flight in 1994. But it crashed later that year while transiting to the UK.
On an isolated, blustery hill known as ‘Pepperpot Hill’ in the Lake District, a chimney, complete with flue, fireplace and stone surround has been built into the rock outcrop of an old quarry near Torpenhow.
Just like any other soul in the world, rats make no exception – they love Paris, too! With the Seine, the subway and the numerous restaurants, Paris has become a Rat Paradise of sorts.
Corpse roads are routes that once carried the dead from their old residences to the graveyards in which they were to be buried. Even today, these eerie paths are feared by those who believe they are still used by wraiths and wandering spirits.
Tucked away on the north side of Paine Field near Everett, Washington, is an aircraft graveyard stocked with some of Boeing’s most impressive airliners – but none of these jets ever flew.
Nicosia International Airport has been effectively abandoned since the Turkish Invasion of Cyprus in 1974. This series of photographs offers an up-close-and-personal inspection of the derelict terminal and aircraft.