Posted: 24.06.07 | Categories: [Architecture] [Black and White] [Halifax] [Savile Park] [Wide-angle]
Before I went on holiday, I went wandering round my old school grounds, (I've not been there for around 20 years). The Crossley Heath (once Crossley & Porter) school used to be an orphanage and was founded in 1864 by three brothers of the Crossley family - the same family who owned the world-famous Crossley Carpets based at Dean Clough mill in Halifax (which was once the world's largets carpet maker and and employed five to six thousand workers.) The architecture of the place reminds me of the sort of large buildings you find in horror movies.
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