A blog commemorating the unique fusion of form and function of UK coal hole covers - Victorian urban street art at its finest.
Saturday, 23 February 2013
Modern replacements - how not to do it
These two modern replacements are in Heene Terrace, Worthing and amply demonstrate how not to plug up an unused coalhole. There was an even worse example of one that had been concreted over. Surely as part of a Conservation Area and outside listed buildings (possibly even technically part of one as they are owned by the owner of the basement flat), the Council could have insisted on a more sympathetic replacement?