A recap of our most read Heritage Calling posts from 2015.
In June we celebrated some of the unusual places listed by Historic England this year. From a sewer gas destructor lamp in Sheffield and a 1930’s hairdresser in Scarborough to the traces of a Neolithic henge in Yorkshire and the Titanic band leader’s gravestone in Lancashire. Read the post
From north to south this post looked at some of our abandoned villages and their link to medieval life. Read the post
Posted back in June, we celebrated World Gin Day by looking into the palaces perfect for drinking the quintessentially English drink. Read the post
Originally written in 2014, this post has proved once again to be a popular post for heritage calling readers. We took a nostalgic look at some of the architectural gems of the railway industry that have been lost. Read the post
Back in April we delved into Nottingham’s rich history and uncovered it’s hidden heritage. 1000 years ago Nottingham was known as Tigguocobauc: the house of caves. Read the post
Thank you for following us in 2015. We will continue to bring you blogs on the amazing places that make our country special throughout 2016. Happy New Year!