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Sky Gardens Nine Elms, London - April 2016

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It's been quite a while since I've done anything, but I was down in London with work recently so thought it would be rude not to do something. After some messages we ended up here. It's always a good night in London and this was no exception. Fairly straightforward entrance and some nice views from Read more

Pilkington Glass, Doncaster - May 2017

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The Pilkington Glass Company was established in 1826, in St. Helen’s Lancashire, and was originally named Greenall and Pilkington up until 1849. The Kirk Sandall site wasn’t created until 1922, and it was selected because of the canal situated nearby; so resources such as coal and sand could be Read more

A Bit of the Hockley Brook, Birmingham - January 2018

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After having a bit of a failure to start our day we headed down to Birmingham to have a look at a few bits and pieces. It appears that there was far more to see than we actually did see, but it was nice nonetheless, and now I just have an excuse to go back some time. Standard Wikipedia information Read more

Globe Worsted Mill 2, Slaithwaite - November 2017

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The A62 is a fairly spectacular road, stretching the 38.5 miles between Manchester and Leeds. Spectacular both scenically and also due to the sheer quantity of derelict things along its way. There are several other mills that I'd love to have a wander around, however so far they have evaded me, one Read more

до свидания чернобыль | Goodbye Chernobyl

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After our mornings escapades around the power plant and Pripyat it was time to begin the journey back to Kiev. Shortly before setting off we had a chance to take some nice shots of the plant alongside part of the cooling ponds and then headed via a few of the sites within Chernobyl town. It was Read more

средняя школа No. 2 | Secondary School No. 2

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The last place that we visited within Pripyat itself was Secondary School No. 2. As mentioned previously there was an abundance of educational facilities within the city, each microdistrict tended to have at least one kindergarten and school. Personally this was one of my favourite sites of the Read more

Dogs, Trains and a Famous Sign

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After our early morning wanderings around the remnants of the unfinished Reactor 5 and the associated cooling tower, we continued our journey going back towards Pripyat. When heading from the cooling tower we walked along a disused railway track and were greeted by a pack of wild dogs. They Read more

Reactors, Cranes and Cooling Towers

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The next day of our trip began with us making a visit to the incomplete reactor 5 and also one of the associated cooling towers. At the time of the disaster a further two reactors were under construction, which would have raised the total for the plant to 6 and added an additional 2,000 MW of power Read more
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