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Filename: DP173391.jpg

Size: 7181 x 4793 (7.1MB)

Date: 13th December 2022

Source: Historic England

Credit: © Historic England Archive. Ste

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Urgency (1-8) 5=normal: 5

Source: Historic England Archive

Owner URL: https://images.historicenglandservices.org.uk/

Job Title: Staff Photographer

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Goods shed DP173391

Ludlow Brewing Company, Station Drive, Ludlow, Shropshire, 2015. Exterior view of the former goods shed, in use as a micro-brewery and cafe, from the south-west

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Media ID 28403893

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Brewery Goods Shed Railway Reuse Warehouse


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EDITORS COMMENTS
This print by Steven Baker showcases the remarkable transformation of Goods Shed DP173391 in Ludlow, Shropshire. Once a bustling railway warehouse, this historic structure has been ingeniously repurposed into a thriving micro-brewery and café. The exterior view captured from the south-west angle highlights the architectural beauty and character that still resonates within its walls. The image transports us to an era when railways were at their peak, serving as vital conduits for trade and transport. Now standing proudly amidst modernity, this former goods shed stands as a testament to adaptive reuse and preservation of our industrial heritage. The careful restoration of this building is evident in every detail; weathered bricks tell stories of countless shipments handled within these very walls. Its grandeur is enhanced by large windows that allow natural light to flood into the space, creating an inviting atmosphere for visitors seeking respite or indulgence. As we gaze upon this photograph, we are reminded of how history can be seamlessly interwoven with contemporary needs. This brewery-cum-café serves not only as a gathering place for locals but also as a symbol of sustainable development—a reminder that old structures can find new life while honoring their past. Steven Baker's expertly composed image invites us to appreciate the harmonious blend between tradition and innovation, showcasing how architecture can transcend time while preserving its intrinsic value.

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