18th Century Cottages, Coalbrookdale
Bourne End and the Thames Looking east from Cock Marsh, over the river, to some of Bourne End's older riverside houses.
|Title||Hollybank. Coal mining steel arch manufacturer in the height of the 70's 50,000 tonnes of arches were produced today it is less than 4000 tonnes.|
|Photo's author||Steve F User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||3 Aug 2007 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 380|
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|Camera model||KONICA MINOLTA CAMERA, Inc. / DiMAGE G400|
|Exposure time||1/320 s|
|Focal length||5.6 mm|
Hollybank. Coal mining steel arch manufacturer in the height of the 70's 50,000 tonnes of arches were produced today it is less than 4000 tonnes.
Industry and Agriculture. The view from the rear of the industrial estate on Ollerton Road, Tuxford, see SK7270
Mixed industry. In former military building now boats are built.
Coal mining arches.
The end? Coal mining steel joist, the last? Tapered flange coal mining joist by Corus, this may never be rolled in the UK again.
Factory site formerly serving the mining industry. Hollybank / Dosco at one time employed over 1000 people servicing the UK coal industry.
easi-edge office. Safety solutions provider to the construction industry.
What about the dull ones? All brite sparks turn left.
Hollybank steel stockyard. A shadow of its former self. Whatever happened to coal mining?
Just in this Square This half of the industrial estate on Ollerton Road Tuxford is in this square. The back half of the estate is in the next square north.
Mid day shadows