The Jordanhill Campus is an historic estate in Glasgow, Scotland, and was the Faculty of Education of the University of Strathclyde until 2012.
The Coalbrookdale Foundry mass-ironmaking was developed, leading to the Industrial Revolution. More recently, casting for Aga cookers were made there.
The powerhouse at the Ford assembly plant in Genk, Belgium was later used as a compressor hall. The boilers and control room were still utilised until closure in 2014.
A courthouse in London that opened in 1909 with many original features still remaining
An acoustically lined, echo-free chamber that was used for noise testing of jet engines.
A tyre factory in the West Midlands that in later years specialised in mixing rubber compounds and retreading of tyres.
Tullis Russel was a paper mill in Glenrothes, Scotland. The Markinch power station was built to provide electricity to the mill.