Sanitary burner that contains asbestos materials. The flue to the unit is also Asbestos Cement
Textured "Artex" coating to a ceiling. The pattern here is the ubiquitous stipple effect that was popular from the to the Chrysotile was added to the plaster to make it more workable. It also prevented the finished product from cracking.
Thermal Insulation debris on top of a doorway to a disused Boiler Room. Asbestos lagging would have been applied to pipework when the property was built in the early years of the 19th century. Over time this material would have been removed for repairs or to upgrade the pipe insulation. Prior to the Asbestos Licensing Regulations in 1983, removal of asbestos was not controlled and little or no care would have been taken to ensure that all of the material had been removed.