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Final Sunset on the workshops at Staveley works, taken down yesterday. My brother worked there for over 20 years until the works closed. ah well sign of the times.
A Single RAW taken on Canon IXUS 900Ti
F/3.5 at 1/320 s 13mm
Thanks for looking ( a piece of history)
great shot ,great record.......Mick
I watched them demolish the blast furnesses at the Redbourne works at Scunthorpe, it almost reduced me to tears. Peoples lives, generations of lads and dads had worked there and they were just reduced to so much scrap. Very poignant.
Like it a lot, great colours and good silhouhette
Great shot, real social statement..
Sad to see all this industry closing and being dismantled, I lived by and also worked at Rover Longbridge for over 35 years, now most of it has gone.
This is a super but sad shot,, great colours
Very sad to see it go. Great capture though with super colour.
Lovely image but a sad sight to see.
So love your work. You have such a variety of stunning shots.
Glad to be the 30th.
Sad sight but a great sky for the sun to go down on.
Quote: I watched them demolish the blast furnesses at the Redbourne works at Scunthorpe, it almost reduced me to tears. Peoples lives, generations of lads and dads had worked there and they were just reduced to so much scrap. Very poignant.
I to saw this along with the Lysaghts Steelworks also in Scunthorpe, very true sentiments by Malcolm. for Scunthorpe people.
Back to your shot, this is really well taken.
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