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  1. tb2

    tb2 TPF Noob!

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    That's the very appropriate name of this terrace of mill workers cottages in the rural industrial hamlet of Calder Vale, Lancashire. The cotton mill, built in 1835 in this deep little valley, is still in production today - a living legacy of the Industrial Revolution.


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    A quiet fascinating contrast between the old cottages and all the TV aerials - a bit of a result that there were no cars in there really.
     
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    Thanks Chris. Yes, these are pretty tall aerials aren't they. There's a couple of satellite dishes too if you look carefully. The cars are there - they would be wouldn't they :D - out of shot on the left of the road in front of the row.

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