Heritage gets its chips
Astragal made a short visit to Ironbridge in Shropshire, the crucible of the industrial revolution and now a World Heritage site, earlier this week. The bridge is an impressive fixture and the gorge itself –with fantastic early industrial homes – is well worth a visit. What is most pleasing is the way the town seems to walk the heritage tightrope. It is perhaps a little too quaint, but we’ve certainly all seen worse. Astragal was especially pleased to note that the very nearest shop ...
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