Fiddlers Ferry Power Station - The power station at Fiddlers Ferry, photographed as a Long Exposure image, in the early morning, from the opposite side of the River Mersey near Runcorn. This image was commended in the 2013 Take a View 'Landscape Photographer of the Year' competition, and features in the hardback book, and in the exhibition at the National Theatre.

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Drax - The coal fired Power Station at Drax, North Yorkshire, UK.

Shine On - The Iconic Battersea Power Station, South London. The Art Deco Power Station was the cover star of Pink Floyd's 1977 CD 'Animals', one of my favorite bands.
Northern Powerhouse - Fiddlers Ferry Power Station, Nr Widnes, Merseyside, a LE image shot at dawn.

Power & Motion - Ratcliffe Power Station, Ratcliffe-on-Soar, Nottinghamshire, UK.

Ratcliffe Power Station I - A LE image of the Towers and chimneys at Ratcliffe Power Station, Nottinghamshire, UK.

Ratcliffe Power Station II _ An image of the Towers and Chimneys at Ratcliffe Power Station, Nottinghamshire, UK, on a misty day.

Animals - The iconic Battersea Power Station, South London, reflected in the River Thames. The title is from the Pink Floyd Album 'Animals' released in 1977,  the iconic Power Station was the cover star.


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Ratcliffe Power Station III - An image of the Towers at Ratcliffe Power Station, Nottinghamshire, UK, on a misty day.

Ratcliffe Power Station IIII - An image of (part) of the Power Lines, chimneys and cooling stacks at Ratcliffe Power Station, Ratcliffe-on-Soar, Nottinghamshire, UK.

Fiddlers Ferry - A LE image of the massive cooling stacks, at Fiddlers Ferry Power Station, Nr Widnes, Merseyside, UK.

Stanley Dock - An image of (part) of the former Tobacco warehouse at the Stanley Dock, Liverpool, UK. The 14 storey building spans across 36 acres (150,000 m2) and its construction used 27 million bricks, 30,000 panes of glass!


Finnieston Crane - The mighty Finnieston Crane, on the banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow. The mighty Finnieston Crane, reflected in the River Clyde, Glasgow. The crane is no longer in use, but has been retained as a symbol of Glasgow's Engineering Heritage. It's one of a number of massive cranes that used to be in abundance along the banks of the River Clyde. This particular crane was used for loading Locomotives/Ship Boilers/Tanks and such onto boats from the quayside. It's 175 ft tall, with a 152 ft cantilever jib, and has a lifting capacity of 175 tons, and if I was 6, I'd build this out of lego, I think it's fantastic.

Fiddlers Ferry - Light, shade and high drama at Fiddlers Ferry Power Station, Nr Widnes, Merseyside, UK.

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