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In pictures: Five still in danger

Moseley Road Baths, built by William Hale & Son and opened in 1907

As the Victorian Society celebrates its 50th anniversary, it is still fighting to protect numerous buildings including Moseley Road Baths, Birmingham, already partially closed.

Frank James Memorial Hospital, Isle of Wight, built as a home for aged seamen in 1893 by Somers, Clarke and Micklethwaite

Since it was sold to developers in 2002, the Grade II-listed Frank James Memorial Hospital in the Isle of Wight has been repeatedly vandalised. Its future is unclear.

St Walburge's in Preston, built by Joseph Aloysius Hansom between 1850 and 1867

With its 300ft spire, its steep hammerbeam roof and its vast internal space, St Walburge's in Preston is a magnificent Roman Catholic church. It is currently facing closure.

Former Easington Colliery School, built in 1911 by John Morson

Easington Colliery school has stood empty since closure in 1998. Developers applied to demolish it and build houses. Permission has been refused, but it is still under threat.

Brockhole on Lake Windermere, built between 1898 and 1900 for wealthy Manchester silk merchant William Gaddum and his wife Edith Potter, cousin of Beatrix Potter

Brockhole, on Lake Windermere, home of Beatrix Potter's cousin Edith, is currently unlisted and threatened with demolition to make way for a new visitor centre.

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