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Icy drifting snow in Heptonstall
Stop decay with a milk carton
The first patent in the United States for barbed wire was issued in 1867 to Lucien B. Smith of Kent, Ohio, who is regarded as the inventor. Joseph F. Glidden of DeKalb, Illinois, received a patent for the modern invention in 1874 after he made his…
Hebden Trouser Company (HebTroCo) holds a promotional bazaar at the Birchcliffe Centre, Hebden Bridge. There are leather workers, vintage bicycles (or rather retro bicycles) a barber trimming the beards and cutting the hair of the hipsters present…
Industrial dehumidifier drying out a building on Hope Street after the floods.
Tags: #, 2016, 21st century, Artefact, B&W, Calder Valley, Calderdale, Dehumidifier, Flood, Flooding, Floods, Hebden Bridge, Machine, Railing, Scaffolding, Sign, Signage, Street furniture, Text, Thoroughfare, Traffic cone, Trailer, Transport, Upper Calder Valley, Van, Vehicle, Water, West Yorkshire, Wire
Unfortunately Ebay didn't deliver my first steam camera until the very last day of work repairing dramatic leaks in the Tuel Lane Lock Basin and so my only photograph shows the assembled machinery being decommissioned.
Tags: #, 2015, 21st century, 35mm, Advertisement, Architecture, Artefact, At work, B&W, Barrier, Bobcat, Calderdale, Canal, Civil engineering, Digger, Dump truck, Engineer, Excavator, Figure, Individual, Industry, JCB, Labourer, Logo, Machine, Machinery, Male, Man, Minolta 9000, Name, Occupation, Old Cawsey, Outdoor, Person, Portrait, Public works, Rochdale Canal, Sign, Signage, Sowerby Bridge, Text, The Wharf, Tipper, Tyre, Upper Calder Valley, View, West Yorkshire, Wheel, Wire, Work, Working