Abandoned London tube station. Thanks to those who went before.
…when the crowd say Flo-Selecta! A second visit to the infall area.
Another temple of cellophane. Like coming home.
Now demolished, the British Celanese complex in Derby was established in World War One to make acetate dope that was used to stiffen and waterproof the fabric covering of early aircraft. In the Thirties, it fed the haute couture market for acetate drape and in World … Continue reading
All that glisters is not gold; Often have you heard that told: Many a man his life hath sold But my outside to behold: Gilded tombs do worms enfold. The Merchant of Venice (Act II – Scene VII) Shakespeare
A last minute field trip with a cast of many. Thanks to Big T for this one.
One of the highlights of an excellent little Cornish tin mine that is accessible at various points in a sea cliff.
…above the stilling basin. Big ups to Eotech.
A couple of chilled nights out above Bristol.
‘Scotch Derrick’ leers somewhat drunkenly, over a disused Cheddar quarry, having retired some years ago from his role as a pylon builder / tester. Local explorer Rigsby had walked along his wobbly extent a couple of years ago, but despite … Continue reading
Sub Depot 3 Monkton Farleigh was the largest of the WW2 Central Ammunition Depots of Wiltshire. Districts 19 and 20 remain unconverted to modern storage, and plenty of artefacts have survived the years of vandalism and metal theft. Titular source
but it was hard to suppress a giggle or two as we entered this sublimely preserved slice of industrial history. Spinning Mules at Mill S. Thanks to Clebby for supplying the beta on this one