In case you missed them, here are Historic England’s most-read blog posts of 2019. Thanks for following Heritage Calling, we’ll be back with more great reads in the new year.
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The Thames Estuary is dotted with military defences, memorials, shipwrecks and churches that tell a rich and complex history of industry, empire and immigration.
Throughout the Second World War, several committees were established to co-ordinate British camouflage policies and practices.
Hidden beneath the city streets lie 2,000 kilometres of brick tunnels that take raw sewage direct from our homes, along with 130 kilometres of interconnecting main sewers the size of railway tunnels.
Loved and loathed, revered and reviled: Brutalism remains one of the most controversial and misunderstood architectural styles of the 20th century.
England is home to some of the greatest examples of library architecture in the world. Here are eight of England’s most magnificent libraries.