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blaydon wall

By greensurfingbear
I must walk past these old doors in the yards of the surround houses every single day. Many in better nick than this one. I really like the fact that they are painted in bright colours, it makes them stand out from the red brick work. This one took my eye because of the texture. half tempted to wander the streets of Blaydon and snap as many of them as I can. Maybe have a mini door theme......

Tags: Photo journalism Architecture Door Brick wall Blaydon

Voters: mrswoolybill, woolybill1, oldgreyheron and 4 more


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mrswoolybill Plus
15 3.0k 2465 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2007 10:36PM
This, if I'm not mistaken, is a coal hole. There are a few left a bit further West along the Tyne Valley where I live, and I've been eyeing them up, wondering if they were worth a shot. You got there first, fair enough. Good picture, with around 150 (say) years history trailing behind it.
I think I'm going to try a shot of some netties though.
Moira
woolybill1 Plus
15 38 78 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2007 10:53PM
Not always easy to discern from their 21st-century appearence, but I believe that communal bread ovens also looked similar. They were certainly located in walls! Thanks for posting this, which is a bit more colourful than those I'm used to seeing.
Bill
6 Aug 2007 11:16PM
What do you say after two woolybills? It's a great image with wonderful texture - coal/bread - well nearly the same!

Mike
29 Oct 2007 3:57PM
Wonderful shot, it's amazing to find the beautiful and interesting when you stop to take a look, you have a great eye Smile

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