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Touring Britain bit by bit with a pair of boots, a few bicycles, a lot of trains and a bag of lenses. I take pictures and then I write about them.

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Sat, 1 Mar 2014

Lots Road Power Station

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[Tag] Tags: architecture, chelsea, industrial, london, lots road power station, the same photo again, uk, urban, west london


Sun, 13 Jan 2013

On the canals at Castlefield

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[Tag] Tags: canals, history, industrial, manchester, railways, the north, uk, urban decay, urban


Sun, 30 Sep 2012

At Abereiddy

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[Tag] Tags: coastal, industrial, pembrokeshire, quarries, rural, uk, wales


Sun, 15 Jul 2012

The Crinan Canal

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[Tag] Tags: canals, highlands, history, industrial, rural, scotland, uk


Sun, 20 May 2012

On Snowdon

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[Tag] Tags: industrial, mountains, railways, rural, snowdon, snowdonia, uk, wales


Sat, 11 Feb 2012

Cwmorthin

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[Tag] Tags: abandoned places and things, blaenau ffestiniog, cwmorthin, history, industrial archaeology, industrial, moelwyn mountains, mountains, north wales, quarries, ruins, rural decay, rural, snowdonia, uk, wales


Wed, 8 Feb 2012

Burst of bicycle couples

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[Tag] Tags: cycling, industrial, netherlands, not the uk, urban decay


Sun, 25 Apr 2010

Neighbourhood II

...continued from last week.

Or else stay on the south bank, follow the river around through North Greenwich, and enter the realm of the last remaining real industry, even as it falls to the rolling redevelopment.

Demolition

And you're forced away from the river onto the Blackwall Tunnel road where cars rush through the windswept wastes to better places to be.

Footbridge That.

Through the crushed remains of the peninsula's past, piled on the flattened plots that surround the Millennium Dome, not yet all concreted over for extra ever empty unused parking spaces.

sand

Overlooked by the brave new world of east London.

docklands

As the ferry boats that almost emptied at Greenwich keep sailing back and forth, past A Slice of Reality.

And the high tides keep bringing in the dredgers loaded with the sands of the estuary, the cargo ships of unrefined sugar, the emptied refuse barges returning to their riverside boroughs.

Silvertown + North Greenwich

And the river just keeps flowing.

barrier

Until somebody tells it to stop.


[Tag] Tags: east london, greenwich, industrial, london, river thames, uk, urban decay, urban


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