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Report - Clipstone Colliery - Notts - February 2013

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Derphouse, Feb 25, 2013.

  1. Derphouse

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    Popped back over to Clipstone, having previously not managing to get round the spiky spiky fence, after the nice walk through the little nature reserve, job was a goodun, and had a good couple of hours of undisturbed freezing cold mooching......

    Visited with a non-member whose first derp it was.... and not a bad one to start with i'd say. Although the place is trashed, its got lots left of interest, namely the winding house, and headstocks, but also los of nice coloured/discoloured brickwork, which i find always lends itself well to photographs....
    wasn't brave enough to climb the headstocks, got up to the roof and through the first bit of ire, but it was cold and blustery, not the best conditions for tackling a fear of heights, they are god damn impressive though....

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    Borrowed a bit of history from a previous report (sorry Shatners ).... and then on with the pictures. I have been really neglecting my primes alot of late, since i bought a Wangle ive photographed so much wiiiiide, so i vowed to give them a good run, hence a fair few details shots, so i hope they are enjoyable

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