WARKWORTH CASTLE Occupying a position close to the River Coquet in Northumberland, Warkworth Castle originated as a mid 12th century motte castle. However, in the 13th century a new castle was begun with the construction of a gatehouse. Located at the centre of the south curtain wall, the gatehouse has survived with an archway and semi-octagonal projections on either side, although it does not stand to full height.
"This fire station in Barry, South Wales, was built in 1901 and is described by the Victorian Society as being in "an advanced state of decay". Part of the slate roof has gone and floors are also missing"