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Part 1 HERE and the history of the Pump House.

There is a LOT of mystical machinery at the pump station, and big tools to tighten up. nuts and bolts

levers for something

handles, maybe for relieving pressure

and dials to show what you relieved

and a thing

tea break

waiting for the  kettle to boil

bigger stuff

a room of working models

more to come so stay tooned! 🙂


16 comments on “Tees Cottage Pump Station~June 2017~part 2

  1. beetleypete says:

    I liked ‘The Thing’! Now I am wondering what it was used for…
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. There were a few like that, in fact all. 😊

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  2. That you chose to photograph in black and white was a perfect choice for such industrial things. Great shots!

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    1. Thanks Cindy 😊


  3. Sue says:

    What wonderful old machinery! All the better for being shown in monochrome!

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  4. Jay says:

    I was never so grateful for your explanatory blurbs. Great photos, and well rendered in black and white.

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  5. joshi daniel says:

    loved that classic look 🙂

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    1. Cheers Joshi 😊


    1. Cheers Graham 🙂

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  6. kmSalvatore says:

    Fabulous B&W ‘s Fraggy.

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    1. Thanks! 🙂 ❤

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  7. A photographer’s dream to photograph old machinery like this. Great photos!

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    1. Thanks Otto! 😊

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