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Home > Personal Album of rodel > Consett Steelworks.

Consett Steelworks.

The famous red dust ! It covered everything and permeated every orifice and yet is somehow sadly missed !

This photograph is by rodel and was uploaded February 17th 2011. © rodel please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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  • someone was on about this on the Consett & District Heritage Initiative on face book have shared link to the pics hope you dont mind (risy76115)
  • yes a site sadly missed
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