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What are the heritage sites of the future?

Host_Ryan - One Show team | 16:42 UK time, Thursday, 12 March 2009

Can't see Hardeep's film? Watch it here.


Hardeep Singh Kohli has been looking at modern places which could one day be seen as sites of historic importance and beauty.

 

He asks whether the M6 toll road could one day have a place in our heritage. The Victorians left us railways, will motorways be our legacy?

 

Previously he visited the 500 mobile phone masts in the UK that are disguised as trees to blend in to their landscape. Hardeep asks, "Will future generations wonder why we dressed up this amazing technology, rather than celebrating it like we did with the Post office tower?"

 

In the first film, Hardeep went to the wind turbines of Whitelee Wind Farm site in Glasgow. Will the turbines eventually be seen as an culturally important heritage site?


Tell us, please: What are the places in the UK that will be seen as exceptional in the future? What modern buildings will stand the test of time? Share your views.

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