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UER Forum > UE Photography > Kilnville (Viewed 309 times)
Sheavy 


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Kilnville
< on 10/31/2019 5:21 PM >
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Featuring kilns. Also bricks.


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Re: Kilnville
< Reply # 1 on 10/31/2019 5:29 PM >
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Ancient cool site and great shots
Was it steam powered?
Shot #12 is what? Induction motor or bearing housing? Strange.



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< Reply # 2 on 10/31/2019 5:32 PM >
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Wow. Really cool!




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< Reply # 3 on 10/31/2019 5:50 PM >
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That is a pretty cool find!!!


Thank you!




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< Reply # 4 on 11/1/2019 1:04 AM >
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really like those kind of places

Great site and pictures!




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< Reply # 5 on 11/1/2019 1:32 AM >
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Love these out of the way places. Pic 1 and 10 are Awesome! pic 7 reminds me of a Big Texas Bee Hive




A place of Mystery is Always worth a curiosity trip!
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Probably too young to be doing this.

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< Reply # 6 on 11/1/2019 3:03 AM >
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Incredible shots man. Good Job 👍




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< Reply # 7 on 11/1/2019 2:48 PM >
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sweeeeet




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< Reply # 8 on 11/11/2019 5:50 PM >
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Glad you guys enjoyed!

Posted by blackhawk
Ancient cool site and great shots
Was it steam powered?
Shot #12 is what? Induction motor or bearing housing? Strange.


Coal at initial construction, then changed to natural gas in the late 30s, then back to coal in the 70s.

Close, pics 11 and 12 are whats left of the dryer fan building. pic 12 is one of two dc motors (the other is just to the left out of frame) that would connect to the two wheels in pic 11 by pulleys (you can see the part of the second just behind the first one).


I would've loved to get a wider shot of the inside but the collapsed roof doesn't make it possible, though it was so tight and cramped it might not have been possible to get a good wide shot without the roof being in the way .




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< Reply # 9 on 11/11/2019 6:32 PM >
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Seriously cool, I love brickworks and I love industrial sites in this sort of decay too.




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Posted by Sheavy
Glad you guys enjoyed!



Coal at initial construction, then changed to natural gas in the late 30s, then back to coal in the 70s.

Close, pics 11 and 12 are whats left of the dryer fan building. pic 12 is one of two dc motors (the other is just to the left out of frame) that would connect to the two wheels in pic 11 by pulleys (you can see the part of the second just behind the first one).


I would've loved to get a wider shot of the inside but the collapsed roof doesn't make it possible, though it was so tight and cramped it might not have been possible to get a good wide shot without the roof being in the way .


I wuv these old belt driven relics. Getting harder now days to find.
Sites like this tend to be hard to shoot and get keepers.
Well done




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