"These allotments lie on the banks of the Cauldon canal, are of long-standing and extremely well maintained, and the ad-hoc architecture has reached a peak of sophistication and permanence. This place has such a warm tranquil feeling - it looks like the most desirable of lost lands - a permanent 1950s where there is always home-grown produce for tea and the Home service still broadcasts on the wireless."
Monday, December 10, 2007
Here is the winning entry in the brilliant buildings photographic competition run by urbanvision, Allotment Architecture by Tony Jones who comments:
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