The Italian Chapel on Orkney’s tiny island of Lamb Holm is so fragile. These are not bricks; this is not plaster; those are not tiles. It’s just paint: Paint and homesickness; paint and longing; paint and desperation; paint and a prayer.
The Italian Chapel was built by Italian prisoners of war.
The MV Varagen was built in Selby in 1989 and weighs 928 tonnes unladen. I'm currently thanking Archimedes that it floats.