Top blogs of 2018

In case you missed them, here are our most-read blogs of 2018. Thanks for following, we’ll be back with more great reads in the new year.

Tell us in the comments section which subjects you’d like us to explore. 

1. 8 Ways Yorkshire has changed the world

Hint – it’s more than tea and puddings

George Street, Saltaire
Titus Salt’s model village had an international influence on the development of town planning and as a result Saltaire was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001. © Craig McHugh

2. 5 Things you didn’t know about prefabs 

These much-loved little homes have more to them than meets the eye

A Uni-seco prefab on the Excalibur Estate
A Uni-seco prefab on the Excalibur Estate, 2003 – © Elisabeth Blanchet

3. 7 Reasons to love historic Norwich

It’s not all medieval

Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich, Norfolk. © Historic England DP162463

4. 5 Unusual endings for London’s Thames Bridges 

Not including the one that ended up in Arizona.

A view of the Old Southwark Bridge
A view of the Old Southwark Bridge, as seen from the south bank of the river thames, with canon street station in the background (1901). Reproduced by permission of Historic England BL16430

5. Forgotten heroes of the First World War 

How the Labour Corps helped to win the war

ILC men from Manipur, India
ILC men from Manipur, India photographed near Arras, France, 20 October1917. © IWM Q6119.

1 response to Top blogs of 2018

  1. keithbracey says:

    Reblogged this on keithbracey and commented:
    Heritage Calling top Blogs of 2018…….give them a read if you are interested in the heritage and history of this Great country……..#Heritage #History

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