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Thread: Water treadtment plant, Bylchau. June 2009

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    Arrow Water treadtment plant, Bylchau. June 2009


    Came across this place on the way to Llanberis. It is quite literally in the middle of nowhere. So Evil Jim and me had a quick look.



    The outside, complete with guard sheeps.




    The inside complete with tanks.


    Some more inside complete with pipes.


    Nice bit of valve.


    Tank thingy.


    The necessary toilet shot.


    Some nice taps.


    Some sort of sump tank thing complete with float.


    The view.

    :)

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    A very nice location EWJ -those valve wheels / taps are great :)
    Lb :jimlad:

    Think we're gonna need a bigger boat

    www.severallshospital.co.uk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightbuoy View Post
    ...those valve wheels / taps are great :)
    Just what I was thinking! Love that shot.
    Ages since I've seen a water treatment plant. Nice find, Earth Worm. :)
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    Very Nice! It's rural location means it is not pikied :)
    Nice shots too.

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    A very nice place just looks like an old house from the outside. I do like places that you come across like that when you are out just in the middle of no ware.

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    xcellent shots. Did I see the remains of a Stationary Steam engine there?
    And a dreadful thing from the cliff did spring. And its wild bark thrilled around. His eyes had the glow of the fires below. Twas the form of the Spectre Hound. 'Ha' yer fa'r got a dickey, bor?' 'Yis, an' he want a fule ter roide 'im, will yew cum?'

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    Another year of study out the way and really cool road trip. I think there was a bat flying around in there, either that is was a bat like bird.
    The person who said you can have to much of a good thing, wasn't available for comment today. :wacko:

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    nice find an some decent shots...its been puzzling me but why do most people do toilet shot??? i know im guilty for this aswell but i cant see why we all do it...wasnt till i saw your comment on your toilet pic 'The necessary toilet shot.' Dont need an answer, just one of those puzzling things anyway nice explore an the tap shot is a realy interesting 1 :)

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    I love this one..cant get over the fact that so much is inside an apparantley small building.I like the second from last shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swedish View Post
    ...its been puzzling me but why do most people do toilet shot???
    Actually, it really puzzles me too, because I don't do bog shots...at all! I hate them!
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