dump high resolution pics of the battersea power station, pls
This one has a strange animal hovering above. Possibly a German stealth blimp during WW2.
If you didn't care what happened to me,
And I didn't care for you,
We would zig zag our way through the boredom and pain
Occasionally glancing up through the rain.
Wondering which of the buggers to blame
And watching for pigs on the wing.
This is now a Pink Floyd thread. OP, surely you must have expected this?
Aaaand I'm done. Apologize for the shit posting, but hey, she was asking for it.
Actually I'd be quite interested to see some real HR of the power plant. I thought this shit got ton down years ago and replaced with condos, but I guess not.
Any UK anons with a SLR that can get some real pics?
killing the pig...
I go past it every morning on the way to work, it's a listed building so it can't be torn down, at the moment they're replacing the four smokestacks, something to do with a sulphur build up in them, and they're building a ton of shit around it.
I actually was on the train going past it a couple of years ago when they put the pig back up again, the only picture I got was on an old shitty phone that I no longer have, but it certainly was a sight to behold.
Nine Elms has existed as a settlement on the Thames for hundreds of years and derives its name from a row of trees that once bordered the main road.
The history of the area dates as far back as AD47, with evidence of Roman occupation in the grounds of Lambeth Palace. This does not appear to have been the foundations of a growing settlement – the area’s characteristics were that of marshland and although there were continuous efforts to drain the land, there is little indication of occupation until the late medieval period.
In the fifteenth century the historic Heathwall sewer (Battersea ditch), was constructed and the area surrounding it, including much of Nine Elms, was drained