Institute shaft looming overhead.
The view from the landscapes slagheap.
The Chatterley Whitfield company logo, cast in iron.
Platt Shaft headgear.
The looming bulk of the Hesketh.
And another one, a little further away. I wanted to frame it between some of the surface buildings to give it a little more context.
Steam boilers. These weren’t the main boilers for the Hesketh winding gear, but they received exhaust steam from the winding engine. This was then used at low pressure to generate electricity through mixed pressure turbine sets. Information from Tarboat’s picture in Flickr.
Similar aspect to last time, but I just couldn’t get the composition. This of course is in a different orientation, best of a bad bunch, I didn’t like any of the portrait format ones.
Same view as last time, well almost!