I came across this old slide the other day: It features what are supposed to be the inspiration for J. R. R. Tolkein's "The Two Towers" In the foreground is Perrott's Folly an C18th tower featuring a series of small hexagonal rooms connected by a steep staircase. Its purpose for being built is open to surmise. Beyond it, to the left, can be seen the top of the other tower. An ornate Victorian construction (1870) that's part of Edgbaston waterworks. This was taken many years ago, and this view of the two towers is no longer available. A small block of houses has been built on the grassy site, and tall surrounding trees also obscure the view. Any no-longer-to-be-seen items of interest in your collection?