The photo that I was thinking of by Brownhill’s Bob can be seen clicking here
It is further back along the cut, but on your picture the artist was sitting a few yards before the pillar in the canal. This chap had been made redundant from the closures of Industry in the Black Country and as he had time on his hands he tried painting!
I have never managed to find the name, but good luck to him; his paintings were really good and served to record our once thriving industries.
Thanks very much roger, I used a grey grad on this one, a bit of underexposure caused by the setting sun and the usual shed loads of luck!
fantasic picture i would cost a bomb to build that now.best wishes roger
nice set of pictures.well done
it will make it to google earth because no one else has done that area.have a nice week end
nice picture gezza of a nice place my brother in laws getting married there in august.well done
ill be fishing tomorrow the wife don,t let me stay in of a sunday(she dont like being woken up by the vac at 6.00 of a morning)
Lovely photos around Rocky Lane; for many years I cycled from the city centre along this route. Happy Days!
is that a coal mine?i remember when england had loads of these(before maggie)
bit to expensive for you Roger !