Saturday saw High Wycombe MRC's annual open day. The club occupy the top floor of a fantastic warehouse. Admittedly, a slightly run down one on one side, but brilliant nevertheless. Sadly, I know nothing about the building other than it was erected in 1913 and appears to have spent the following hundred years falling apart.
Quite how the place has escaped conversion into trendy loft apartments is a mystery. So close to London, and only 20 minutes stroll from the station with regular services, you'd have thought some developer would have jumped at the opportunity. After all, high ceilings, industrial chic and a model railway club to hand, what more could you want?
There's so much of this building, I'll be returning next week for some detail shots. I'll also cover the open day in Saturday's post.