Sea coal washes up onto beaches either naturally as the sea erodes coal beds on the sea floor but on some north east beaches it is a remnant of coastal collieries along coast. The collieries dumped huge amounts of mining waste, including some coal into the sea via a rope and pulley system. When theContinue reading “Sea Coal”
The prestige of having a tree chosen to stand outside the Prime Ministers home at 10 Downing Street goes each year to the winner of the Christmas Tree Champion Grower of the Year competition. This year it was awarded to York Christmas Trees following a competition where growers nominated their best tree for selection. OrganisedContinue reading “York Christmas Trees”
In late June 2020 the Brent Alpha topside oil platform was to be transported on the Iron Lady cargo barge into the mouth of the River Tees. The platform was on route to the Able UK Seaton Port for decommissioning. The 17,000 tonne oil platform was transported to an area off the Hartlepool coast byContinue reading “The Man I Didn’t Know”
A surfer walks across the beach at Saltburn as the clouds light up during a dramatic sunrise… Images (c) Ian Forsyth / Getty Images See more of my work in my galleries & blog at Room 2850 All rights reserved. No usage without arrangement.
On assignment for Getty Images this evening I covered the enthronement of The Most Reverend Stephen Cottrell as the 98th Archbishop of York during a service of Evensong at York Minster… Images (c) Ian Forsyth / Getty Images See more of my work in my galleries & blog at Room 2850 All rights reserved. No usage withoutContinue reading “Archbishop of York Enthronement”