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    Having seen this pop up on the forum a few times I thought I would give it a look as in the area with janovitch,like mookster I like rusty old heavy machinery and the aggregate sorter was right up my street.i don't know how it worked but I can imagine it would sort the stone into different grades to load in lorries.there was still piles off good shingle laying abouteven though not a lot here i really enjoyed this one..the office was all looked tight.several attempts have been made to get in there.the quarry shut down I think in 2013 roughly.







































    Some sort of wash pit.i think for the lorries to go through before they head off on the road.









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    A nice collection of photos. You also got an angry sky to highlight them.
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    Quality photography, your use of an insignificant puddle to reflect and add depth to the image was brilliant, Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Quality photography, your use of an insignificant puddle to reflect and add depth to the image was brilliant, Thanks
    Thank you smiler.you are too kind.was really hoping for puddles and I got some
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    Great shots Mikey, thanks for sharing :)

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    Crackin shots Mikey. I'm starting to thing you take your own skies out with you, always so atmospheric lol. Lovely!
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    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    Crackin shots Mikey. I'm starting to thing you take your own skies out with you, always so atmospheric lol. Lovely!
    Ha ha I was a little concerned driving there as it was just bright blue skies.i hate them.then it changed.i do try to save myself for cloudy days.thank you p.v
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