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23.10.1972

General view of Derwenthaugh Coking Plant.

This photograph is by simonrail and was uploaded September 16th 2015. © simonrail please do not copy or distribute without prior express permission.

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  • Superb period shot from The Main Road (A694), Have driven past here many times but never explored the area properly, aparently The nearby Clock Burn Drift has a few relics hidden in the woods whilst Derwenthaugh was a brown field site for many years (lyons)
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