winch; cables; hawsers; 'wooden beams'; 'slate quarry'; 'The Old Man of Coniston'; 'The Lake District'; Cumbria; England; Europe; slate; fells; mountains; vista; ruins; industrial; 'slate industry' IPSV5998, IPSV0707, IPSV1284,
engine houses brede water works brede East Sussex England Europe brede water works brede East Sussex England Europe used for housing steam engines engines still inside preserved by brede steam engine society baroque style art deco brick built preservation open to public free on first Saturday of every month
" clearwell caves " " near coleford " Gloucestershire England Europe " disused iron mine " " preserved as iron mining museum " preservation " industrial heritage " " industrial history " " miners rest area " " tea breaks " " iron mining industry ", IPSV5998, IPSV0707,
clearwell caves; near coleford; Gloucestershire England Europe " disused iron mine "; preserved as iron mining museum; preservation " industrial heritage "; industrial history; iron mining industry; plants growing on rock; iron ore seam, IPSV5998, IPSV0707,
'ruins of St Leonards Windmill'; Winchelsea; 'East Sussex'; England; 'mill stone'; 'destroyed in hurricane'; windmill, IPSV2675,
The ruins of St Leonards Mill, Winchelsea, East Sussex, England. Originally built in 1760, the mill was moved to it's final site sometime between 1813 and 1823. The mill was destroyed by the great storm of 1987.
ruins; 'ruined buildings'; 'slate quarry'; 'slate works'; hawsers; 'Old Man of Coniston'; 'Coniston Old Man'; fells; 'The Lake District'; Cumbria; England; wainwrights; mountains; IPSV1284,
The ruins of a slate works on the side of the Old Man of Coniston in The Lake district in Cumbria, England. Slate was quarried for centuries and the the mountain is quite badly scarred in places by human action.
'pavement dug up for maintenance'; 'sidewalk dug up for maintenance'; 'hole in pavement'; 'hole in sidewalk'; 'utilities maintenance'; road; 'Hastings sea front'; Hastings; 'East Sussex'; England; 'road works'; pipes; cables; 'piles of earth'; rubble, IPSV3025,
Hodge Close Quarry, near Coniston, Cumbria, England. The slate quarry was worked until the 1960's, but is now flooded to a depth of over 100 feet. There are several tunnels running off the quarry underwater. These are very popular with divers, despite the fact that several divers have died at the site. The quarry is surrounded by walls of green slate, and are popular with abseilers. A blue buoy marks the spot where a transit van lies on the floor of the quarry.