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The Tower

By alwolf
Approximately 1000 m/3500 ft from the dam is the reservoir's straining tower. Standing only 30 m (100 ft) from the shore its purpose is to filter or strain out material in the water with a fine metal mesh, before the water flows along the aqueduct to Liverpool. Its architecture is Gothic and built during the same time as the dam. The tower as a whole is 63 m (206 ft) tall, 15 m (50 ft) of which is underwater. The other 48 m (160 ft) is above water, and is topped with a pointed copper clad roof, which makes it look light green.

Tags: General Landscape and travel

Voters: terry_cavner, helenlinda, Bob_V and 10 more


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helenlinda Plus
12 366 22 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2009 2:58PM
Well composed shot Alan. Nice to see you back again
Helen

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Bob_V 12 1 2 United States
21 Mar 2009 3:04PM
What a marvelous composition, so well done.
Bob
DeSilver Plus
12 14 12 England
21 Mar 2009 5:16PM
Nice shot, taken from the boathouse opposite I think? Wink


David.
GalleryGirl 12 4 2 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2009 9:31PM
Hi Al - nicely captured. Looks a lovely place.
Marilyn x
ZX1400 12 United Kingdom
26 Mar 2009 5:29AM
Good shot.
Taco

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