Peter Higginbotham explores in depth the history of the British buildings where employment was provided for the destitute. Includes a gazetteer by country and county.
Pigeon Cote hosts a complete annotated version of Cooke's Book of Dovecotes, which is an illustrated guide. Also bibliography and links.
A gazetteer of UK workhouses and voluntary or subscription hospitals, with some asylums, orphanages, almshouses and prisons. Background information on the poor law and history of medicine.
Showcases books, lectures and workshops by Christine Barnes on the most important lodges in North America. Includes a database with photographs and concise details.
Explore the architecture and history of railroad stations around the world. Zane Riester includes a bibliography.
History, location, usage and restoration project of a 15th-century village hall built of granite and thatch. An outstanding example of a special type of medieval community building.
Images of 1960s and 1970s shopping malls with commentary by Keith Milford.
Dale Travis provides photographs and locations of round and octagonal barns across the United States and Canada.
Dozens of subway cities which are remarkable for their interesting stations. Descriptions and photographs from Metro Bits by Mike Rohde.
Provides information on building reinforced concrete domes as earthquake, tornado and hurricane resistant housing, churches and storage. Workshops and conferences, gallery of examples, faq and news.