London: The Viaduct Tavern is built upon the site of the Giltspur Street Compter, a sheriff's prison demolished in 1855. In the cellar of this London :Victorian pub are the cells for holding the rogues of the day. As the pub name suggests, The Viaduct Tavern is named after the nearby Holborn Viaduct, both the pub and Viaduct were opened by Queen Victoria in 1869.
Cane Hill, abandoned asylum. I was drawn to this image at first becasue of the type (this is something im interested in) i then was fasinated by the structure and depth thata the image holds. Becasue of the type this peice almost tells a story, we can see the 'Fire exit' the exit route that once was. The paint decay and rust adds to the details and ives that sense of growth and development.