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    Default Llanddulas quarry/jetty 2009


    Llanddulas quarry/jetty is in north wales just of the A55.The first quarry opened here in the early 1800's this site was built in 1940 and i'm not to sure when it closed but i would say quite a while ago by the amount of rust on the jetty there is a new site just down the road doing the same quarrying.
    The quarry is on one side of the A55,the crushed lime stone is then taken along a conveyor belt under the road and into a large storage depot then it is sent down the jetty which is 200 metre's long into waiting ships to be exported around the world.Site visited with host .




























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    Fabulous find, OLDSKOOL. Some great shot angles. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxylady View Post
    Fabulous find, OLDSKOOL. Some great shot angles. :)
    tanx alot.....

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    That looks fantastic that place!!


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