Chirk and Pontcysyllte aqueducts and Bridges are on photos from around wales: A bridge too far
Taking on water at Haverthwaite Station, guy reminded me of when I lived in Egypt, insisted on getting in the frame but unlike the egyptians he did not ask for money too take his kids photo.
Sea air and salt spray does not agree with sandstone.
the pigeon nesting pipe
Looking through the eye of an old anchor chain
The Harbour, Whitehaven, Cumbria, started with the beginning of the Irish coal trade. ...In 1634 Sir Christopher Lowther built a stone jetty, now known as the Old Quay. ... TheCandlestick Chimney is the only surviving part of a colliery engine