But it is more than that because Andy doesn’t just take the odd picture but having identified a site under change he will return and return chronicling its eventual transformation.
And that I think is important particularly as many of the buildings have not received much in the way of attention and I doubt will ever be significant enough to warrant an archaeological survey.
The building had been damaged by a fire in the summer and in the months since Andy has built up a fine collection of images of its slow demise.
But with the sun shining he went on to take a few more pictures which I like and which offer up scenes we are all familiar with but rarely bother to photograph.
Pictures; from the collection, Manchester Hulme St Georges, by Andy Robertson, November 2105