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Report - St. Thomas' Hill Water Tower, Canterbury, July 2010

One Flew East

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Well, this was gifted; I've often passed by at close quarters, and seen it also from miles away - its pristine white paint job ensures it gets itself noticed. Imagine my suprise, then, when I found it wide open.
Right place right time I guess.
Built 1928, it's owned by Mid Kent Water and is in use, partly as a mobile 'phone mast. In the grounds is a part-submerged reservoir.
Nicely.

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Bits and bobs clicking, switching and flickering quietly to themselves all around.
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Looking up
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Thank you and goodnight, time for a bottle of red.
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