Sunshine, and a blue sky lift.

Found myself pedalling hard up Widcombe Hill this morning on my way to meet a local historian called Alistair at … More

Taking a jab at our memorial jib.

Sad to hear the old steam-driven crane – down at the Crest Riverside development – has attracted the attention of … More

Museum’s royal birthday party.

HRH Duke of Gloucester will mark the beginning of the 40th birthday celebrations of the Museum of Bath at Work … More

Putting some tick back into the Horstmann clock.

A unique clock designed and made in Bath by Gustav Horstmann is to be restored to full working order. Specialist … More

Bath presence on the Thames.

Cranes made by Stothert and Pitt of Bath turn up in places all around the globe. Bath Newseum follower, Neil … More

Doors open again at the Newark Works

Some good news at last for one of Bath’s most sensitive derelict sites. The old Newark Works – historic home … More

Goodbye to the old ‘Destructor’ and hello to a new Victoria Bridge.

Bath’s old Destructor Bridge – which links the Upper and Lower Bristol roads into the city – is due to … More