I would love to have a room like this in my house, not sure what I’d use it for but it feels so wonderfully light. I wouldn’t though want it to be where this one is located. It is beside the River Severn, which may lovely, but it regularly floods. Check out the small window openings at the bottom of each window. They are there to let the flood water out!

You can see the high water marks in two of the pictures. Can you see the line right at the top, that must have been a huge flood. The 2000 and 2020 floods were also incredibly high, but fortunately not at these levels. If they don’t seem that high visit my Ironbridge post to see photographs of the building (Museum of the Gorge) from the outside or the museum’s own post on the devastating 2020 floods.

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As many of you know I am away at the moment, but even when I cannot check in with every comment on the day it is left, I still love receiving comments as well as a pingbacks on my square posts. So if you have a moment do say hi, and I promise I will respond soon. Together, with the tag BrightSquare, we can support each other and be;

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  1. Lovely windows, but that’s some flooding. I don’t know how you’d deal with that happening every few years. I knew someone who lived by the river in York and the ground floor of his place was very spartan. Mind you, so were the rest of his furnishings!

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    1. Yes there are a few places in this country where floods are inevitable – beside the river in York and anywhere near the Severn is not for those with lots of belongings!

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