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Hardcastle Craggs oct 2019

A beautiful day out with Mark & Andy and we got to this mill I had been admiring on other's photo streams.

 

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Thank you so much for your visit!

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Reflections at Gibson Mill, Hardcastle Crags in Calderdale (outside Hebden Bridge)

 

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Eye of the Beholder, HMM

Seastack Gibson steps

NS 911 leading the NS D36 into Gibson City, IL. This train comes from NS Good Yard in Bloomington. They bypassed Gibson City and highballed there way towards Lodge before they started to do some work there before continuing to Decatur.

This is for all you music lovers, You Rock!!!!!!

Enjoy the video and no invites please,

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cur6o8BhDWI

This Gibson guitar is on a Billboard on the side of a music store near us, something different from flowers,

Another photo from 2008 down bellow.

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Need to plug my Fender DeVille amp now:-)

Hardcastle Crags

 

Gibson Mill was built around 1800, it stands in the Hardcastle Crags woodland beside Hebden Beck. It was one of the first mills of the Industrial Revolution.

 

Driven by a water wheel the mill produced cotton cloth up until 1890. In 1833 it employed 21 workers, each worked about 72 hours a week, they lived in the adjacent mill workers’ cottages.

 

In the early 1900’s the mill began to be used as an ‘entertainment emporium’ for the local people. Offering dining saloons, a roller skating rink, a dance hall, refreshment kiosks and boating on the pond. Following WWII the mill fell into disuse, in 1950 it was acquired by the National Trust.

 

The mill is now 100 per cent self-sufficient in energy, water and waste treatment, and the only mains connection with the outside world is the phone line.

 

There is a hydro system used to provide electricity along with solar panels installed along the roof, these two combine to provide hot water and electricity.

 

A log burning stove and boiler provide hot water for cooking in the cafe and for the heating. Wood from the estate is used as fuel.

 

The mill uses the natural spring water from Hardcastle Crags as its water supply. The quality is constantly monitored, it uses a simple filtering system which provides water for drinking, washing up and the toilets.

 

The mill has become a national focus for green living, winning numerous sustainability awards.

 

Thank you for your visit and your comments, they are greatly appreciated.

I didn't get too many good sunrises on my Trip along the Great Ocean Road. This however was a particularly stunning one with a patchy covering of high cloud which lit up over the Gibson Steps.

Gibson Mill

 

Hardcastle Crags

 

1st November 2017

Abstract Collection

Electric guitar for sale ($2200) - traditional Gibson Les Paul Sunburst, rosewood fretboard. Seen at Guitar Center in Northridge, California.

Gibson Mill

 

Hardcastle Crags

 

1st November 2017

NS 34J rounds the curve at CP Gibson towards Indiana Harbor where it will divert to home rails. The corporate offices of the Indiana Harbor Belt can be seen on the left.

Originally built for Nnovvember 2019.

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Textures by pareeerica and darkwood67

 

Gibson Beach is the southernmost beach in Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, south of California's Monterey Peninsula. It's also the best "beach" in the park which is full of rocky bluffs and small pocket coves, all of which are beautiful. On some maps this beach is called "Sandy Beach". Stairsteps lead down to this beach. Looking past the beach here we see Carmel Highlands, the northern part of the coastline that makes up the 90-mile drive that is Big Sur.

Downtown Neligh, Nebraska.

You can see the man in the red outfit, which I removed in my other shot. As well as other edits..

 

Gibson Mill stands at the heart of Hardcastle Crags, a woodland beauty spot of footpaths, tumbling streams and waterfalls. All of which help to explain why the mill was built here in the 19th century; the water wheel helped with the production of cotton cloth up until 1890.

 

Water is still important to the mill. Today, Gibson Mill is 100% self-sufficient in energy, water and waste treatment; the only mains connection with the outside world is the phone line. Take a tour and discover how the hydro-electric system is used to provide electricity, solar thermal panels give hot water and a log-burning stove and boiler allow cooking, hot water and space heating. The mill is unique in Great Britain, and the National Trust’s flagship sustainable building.

Port Campbell National Park

IHB 2924 waits for a signal at CP Osborn to take a cut out of Gibson.

My Gibson Les Paul Standard Goldtop.

Pleased to have some studio time with a proper little Nipper! Thanks Gibson and Kev.

Seeing into the dark

 

Scenic woodland valley with 15 miles of paths and and a visitor centre in a 19th-century mill.

Gibson Mill, West Yorkshire built in around 1800, is situated within Hardcastle Crags woodland beside Hebden Water. It was one of the first mills of the Industrial Revolution. The mill was driven by a water wheel and produced cotton cloth up until 1890. In 1833, twenty one workers were employed, each working around seventy two hours per week and living in the adjacent mill workers’ cottages.

In the early 1900s, Gibson Mill began to be used as an ‘entertainment emporium’ for the local people. It offered dining saloons, a dance hall, a roller-skating rink, refreshment kiosks and boating on the mill pond. After the Second World War, the mill slipped into disuse, and was acquired by the National Trust in 1950.

The 12 Apostles on the Great Ocean Road are difficult to approach. The only real way down to the beach is down the Gibson Steps, cut into the limestone near the Gog & Magog seastacks. It's fun descending at 3am on a moonless night when the Milky Way is the only source of light!

 

Above Gog & Magog are the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), 160,000 light years away, and to the right of the LMC is the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC), all of 200,000 light years away.

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