#528 – Old Negative Scans Part 8 – Huncoat Power Station

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I made a few trips to Huncoat Power Station, as it was dead easy to explore and only about 30 minutes drive away. The first trip I primarily shot colour film (which I’ve not re-scanned yet, but my original scans from 10 or so years ago are here) and just a few black and white which you’ll find in this blog post.

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This fence was somewhat porous, in fact it had been simply pulled down in several locations, thus allowing unhindered access to the site.

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There’s always a shoe. There’s always a f*cking shoe.

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Big cast iron plates – possibly for plant and equipment to be mounted on.

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I took an almost identical shot digitally, but the camera struggled with the dynamic range and burnt out some of the sky – not an issue with film.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. “There’s always a f*cking show.” I love that! Well, you really have to have something in the foreground to make a picture more interesting. Be grateful for the lonely shoe! 🙂

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    1. andy says:

      I know, maybe I’m just unconsciously attracted to them! 😄

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