Night Chemistry (and Duck Decoys)

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  1. Graham Southgate says:

    Ian. When I went to South Wales for the cremation of my uncle, I was mightily impressed by the bleak landscape of Port Talbot with its grey water and its steelworks, and I was happy to see Uncle Paul’s wispy remains blending up in the lower troposphere with the gaseous effluent from the molten steel. I think he would have been happy too. We drank whisky and ate salmon sandwiches. he would have liked that, too. It was a shme he was dead really, he missed a lot that day.

  2. Dan says:

    Check this site Ian – choose a thread and scroll down for usually remarkable pics of access to industrial sites (mostly, ahem, ‘unauthorised’ – and mostly in fact disused. The pics of the chap’s own feet from the top of Shoreham cement works chimney are scary if you have vertigo – seeing as I guess he climbed it with minimal safety gear (and it’s probably not that safe anyway)!

    I got lost in the sheer number of sites they’ve visited when I first found this.

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