This building is what is left over of a mill built in the late 19th century. It was built in contrasting brickface and looked and still looks striking – now with trees growing from the walls.
The bricks of the chimneys, although rectangular in shape, were laid round.
The window panes are long gone after several generations of youngsters have used them for target practice but the contrasting brickworks still peek through the trees.
Close by are other houses in clinker brick.
The chimneys are square though in the newer buildings
as are the cellar windows.
Linked to Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: bricks and stones.