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The Photograph One of My Most Successful Photo This Year, i Named it "The Egg" i Photographed a View To The City Of London From Tower Bridge Next to Tower Hill in Tower Hamlets on North Bank Of River Thames , A Favourite Tourist attraction in Central London, England, United Kingdom, You Welcome To Critique The Photograph.. #ashprophotography #windvanepassion
Ash Elmic, Peace ... Salam, Shalom, Welcome To London ... 
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Cold morning, boring sky but happy with that shoot anyway :) www.marcinjucha.com 
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Early mornings in Richmond Park
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21/10/2015
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Sadly most of the cool old machinery from this place has been taken away. It's still massively impressive with a lot of history, and it's great to see nature slowly trying to take the place back. If it was allowed to rot for another 100 years, you can imagine it becoming a bit of a greenhouse...apart from the pigeon shit.

History from Wiki:
A power station at Lots Road was originally planned by the Brompton and Piccadilly Circus Railway (B&PCR, now part of the Piccadilly line) in 1897. The B&PCR was controlled by the District Railway (DR, now the District line) from 1898, and was sold in 1901 to Charles Yerkes' Metropolitan District Electric Traction Company, which built the station to provide power to the DR. The station allowed the District line trains to change from steam haulage to electric. At around the same time the Metropolitan Railway built its power station at Neasden.

The station was built end-on to the Thames, on the north bank of the tidal Chelsea Creek. Construction started in 1902 and was completed in December 1904, the station becoming operational in February 1905. The station burned 700 tonnes of coal a day and had a generating capacity of 50,000 kW. At the time it was claimed to be the largest power station ever built, and it eventually powered most of the railways and tramways in the Underground Group.
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Lots Road Power Station - May 2015
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09/04/2015
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St Paul's HDR - using HDR Effect Pro 2 and the LR5...
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Taken from Tower bridge, as the sun was setting.
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Marble Arch - Horsepower

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Tower of London poppies on the first day of the deinstallation
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