Friday, November 14, 2014
With its extensive cave network, what's beneath the ground in Nottingham is as intriguing as what's above it. That's certainly true of the Malt Cross, one of the jewels in the city's crown - now reopened following the completion of extensive restoration and renovation work that bordered on becoming an archaeological dig, revealing secret rooms and hidden passageways. This LeftLion article tracing the former music hall's eventful history makes it sound as though, if you visit, you might bump into Indiana Jones fleeing a massive rolling boulder.
Posted by Ben at 10:05 AM