Suffolk power

Scallop Recently returned from a photography trip (and holiday) in sunny Suffolk, where I saw the lovely Long Shop at Leiston, a wonderful building and the centre of a museum devoted to Garrett’s, the local engineers. More agricultural engineering on show in Stowmarket at the Museum of East Anglian Life. Including a visit to various industrial sites in Norwich, came back with about half a dozen new photos for the Vic & Ed industrial architecture book, so that’s over threequarters of them done now. The hard part, ie the writing, comes next….. Briefly saw Aldeburgh and Maggi Hambling’s Scallop (which feels as good as it looks); curiously, to the north one can see three power sources, Sizewell’s dome (nuclear), the House in the Clouds (it was a water tower) and a windmill.

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