Quirky buildings get protective status from Historical England

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Quirky buildings get protective status from Historical England

Each year Historic England names the buildings and sites that get special listed status, protecting them from development.

And this time round they have thrown up some quirky ones in the capital, including a concrete house, a bacon smokehouse and a seaman's mission.

Luke Blackall is at one of the newly-protected sites - Kirkaldy’s Testing Works - to find out more. 

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