Pictures of Bristol Wood Recycling Project

I’ve told you a bit about the Bristol Wood Recycling Project and some of the people who use it. I’ll say a lot more about the implications of developing this kind of public archaeology tomorrow, but before then, here are some pictures from my day with the BWRP.

Seating area in the shadow of the derelict former Royal Mail sorting office

Seating area in the shadow of the derelict former Royal Mail sorting office

Cupboard doors for sale

Cupboard doors for sale

You can re-purpose pretty much anything

You can re-purpose pretty much anything

Prices!

Prices!

Offcuts

Offcuts

Road and pavement works outside the yard and the front a disused pub

Road and pavement works outside the yard and the front a disused pub

Disused pub. The work to the pavement in front of the yard entrance removed some granite setts...

Disused pub. The work to the pavement in front of the yard entrance removed some granite setts…

...that are now for sale in the yard.

…that are now for sale in the yard.

Reclaimed doors, complete with blu-tac.

Reclaimed doors, complete with blu-tac.

Sold materials waiting for collection.

Sold materials waiting for collection.

Wood!

Wood!

The office.

The office.

Work area for separating clean and dirty wood.

Work area for separating clean and dirty wood.

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