Sunday, 20 January 2013

Former HMSO building in Norwich

A few weeks ago, I joined an exploration of the former HMSO (Her Majesty's Stationary Office) located in Sovereign House, in my home city of Norwich.

One of the team was my good friend, film-maker Chris Richmond, who has produced a series of short web-films called "Norfolk Uncovered", which are about the lost and unseen aspects of the county of Norfolk, from derelict manor houses to World War 2 airfields.

His latest installment about the former HMSO is a great piece of work and you can see it below.

Here's a link to Chris' website:

Here's a link to my photographs taken during the explore:

And here is the "Norfolk Uncovered: HMSO Sovereign House" video:

1 comment:

  1. As I appear in the film I should declare my bias, so all I will say is that Chris surpassed my expectations and that several contributors to HMSOldies, and the HMSOldies Facebook page, have already voiced their appreciation. Excellent coverage of (to us) sad subject matter.


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