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Rookhope Arch

By Blakey_Boy
This is Rookhope Arch, one of what used to be a series of arches making up the mile-and-a-half 'horizontal flue' which took poisonous fumes from Lintzgarth smeltmill across the river to a chimney on Redburn Common. The flue was used to condense the lead-rich fumes. Periodically, a man would be sent up the flue to scrape off the lead deposits. These were then washed down the flue into a tank for recycling (the site of the tank now lies in a lay-by next to the road).

The photograph was taken as part of a short series of test-shots while travelling to Alston with my wife to pick up our car, after I'd completed about half C2C the previous day.

Your comments and critique are always welcome. thanks and regards,
Brian.

Tags: Architecture Weardale Landscape and travel Rookhope Rookhope Arch Lintzgarth

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JuBarney Plus
5 20 3 United Kingdom
28 Jul 2013 6:40PM
A fine and interesting shot; lovely colours.
Ju

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