A lock removed from an old works entrance... The lock was hanging off a wooden post, upended railway sleeper. Obvoiusly my curiosity got the better of me and I had to search for some information regarding this most unique find... My office staff thought I was mad as I brought this rusting clump of steel into our offices!!!. It was taken to the workshop where the brass plate was cleaned up! revealing number 35 and endorsed with the lockmakers name, being. Samuel Parker and Sons, of Willenhall, This led me to google where I managed to find out that the lock was "in-fact" Number 35 made by them!!! it was made in 1927 and sold to the Mold Tin Plate Company, the predecessors of our site... The Parker family are also well known, being the founder companies of Locksmiths known today, Chubb, Union and Yale, the most famous... V1 is the front, whilst V2 is the rear...
With this upload I will leave the EPZ family... I will call in from time to time and cast a vote. I feel the site is losing "it's appeal"... For me this was a voting, critique, banter site... Yet nobody seems to vote anymore, or it may just be that my images aren't worthy of votes, lol...
Thanks for my clicks and comments for all of my previous uploads, everyone genuinely appreciated...
Kind Ragards all,
|Camera:||Apple iPhone 4S |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|
|Date Taken:||30 Aug 2012 - 12:27 PM|
|Exposure Mode:||Program AE|
|Flash:||Off, Did not fire|