Heysham village house

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Comments (4)

brian gillman on August 23, 2010

Very cosy! I like. Love that circle of glass in the door.

Regards, Brian.

M.Curran on August 23, 2010

This is a glorious little area of Heysham that has the highest capacity nuclear power station in the UK just around the corner. Hard to believe, but I don't know anywhere else like this. Maybe the tiny streets of Peel in the Isle of Man. Thanks Brian.

brian gillman on August 23, 2010

Nuclear Power Station!! Perhaps that's why the glass in the door looks so thick!

Brian.

M.Curran on August 24, 2010

I have a few photos of it under the Heysham tag. Like the joke about the glass! But I don't think the locals are bothered Brian. It would seem to bring highly paid industrial jobs to an otherwise quiet and slightly remote area. I think that this story is repeated at other nuclear power stations across the country. We, of course, have none here as someone would have blown it up....

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  • Uploaded on August 30, 2009
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    by M.Curran
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