Rebuilding at former Swiss Cottage Site is going full steam ahead, a photograph from earlier this week. I think I preferred the old building.
It is with sadness that I have to inform you that Waterlooville’s 180 year old Swiss Cottage is no more. Death was officially pronounced at noon today. This is the video we never wanted to see, viewer discretion is recommended.
Today at lunchtime I popped up to Waterlooville to follow up on my promise to photograph the progress of the demolition of Swiss Cottage. Compared to yesterday, and the day before, there isn’t much left of this building. I had a chat quick chat with one of the workmen who advised the rest of Swiss … Continue reading this article ››
Photographs of the demolition of Waterlooville’s Swiss Cottage taken on Thursday 15th October.
The photographs below were taken this morning and shows the demolition of the building adjoining Swiss Cottage. It won’t be take long for this site, and Swiss Cottage to be levelled. We’ll keep the blog updates on Swiss Cottage going until there is nothing left.
Demolition of the exterior of one of Waterlooville’s oldest buildings, Swiss Cottage, has started. Roofing tiles were removed earlier today and the top floor is now open to rain through the torn roof felt. The people of Waterlooville tried to save you, Swiss Cottage, but we failed. Sorry. Click a photo to see a larger … Continue reading this article ››
Over the past month or so via the About Waterlooville Facebook page we’ve reposted a few of James Alderson’s Video Blogs (vLog) which touch on the historic buildings of Waterlooville. James is a comedian; he runs the Comedy All Stars events at Horndean Technology College as well as gigging up and down the country. His … Continue reading this article ››