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At the top end of Weardale (just before the Cumbria border)is Killhope Lead Mining Museum. Must go back when it's a bit warmer and take some more shots.
Killup is the local pronunciation.

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Buz Kiefer28-Feb-2006 23:13
Like the detail, the age, the composition and definitely the sepia tone. Vote.
Nicki Thurgar26-Feb-2006 20:16
Great shot - definitely one for the sepia tones.
laine8226-Feb-2006 06:55
Looks great in sepia tones. An interesting place.
Kathy Pedersen26-Feb-2006 02:26
Great Shot!
Greg Harp26-Feb-2006 00:59
Excellent shot.
TimA25-Feb-2006 21:23
Looks Norwegian! Very interesting shot with lots of detail.
Mark Rutter25-Feb-2006 21:09
Good to have the snow to pick out the details
Al Chesworth25-Feb-2006 20:39
Great picture, could almost be a turn of the century Degur.
James Ross25-Feb-2006 20:27
Good work Johnny, the b&W treatment really gives this that old feel. :-)
David Clunas25-Feb-2006 17:40
Wonderful processing here JJ, looks like time has stood still. Go back now while there are no people about.
Adrian Reilly25-Feb-2006 16:26
Cool shot Johnny, youve done a great job getting it to look like the right period. look forward to the rest of the shots.The snow really adds to the scene
Zak25-Feb-2006 16:24
it looks like the pic was taken in the early 1900's, nicely done!
Sharon Rogers25-Feb-2006 15:58
Wonderful shot, I love the tones. (I agree with Eckhart, the snow adds a lot to the atmosphere.)
Eckhart Derschmidt25-Feb-2006 15:04
Waiting for more shots from this location. However, when it is warmer you will have no snow anymore - and its the snow that adds to the perculiar athmosphere on this image. Well done!