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April 1st, 2003 - Urban Decay

April 1st, 2003

April 1st, 2003
12:03 pm
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Oldfield Old Boys Rugby Club

Bath, West Country, UK.

Current Music: Mobb Deep - Up North Trip

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Ladders & Steps

Bath, West Country, UK.

Bath is world-famous as a city of Georgian architecture and Roman ruins, but like everywhere else you don't have to slip too far off the beaten tracks to find some classic light-industrial urban decay. We love it! Don't we?

Current Music: Mobb Deep - Kill Or Be Killed

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During lunch I went to take some photos of three tractor trailers that were afflicted by fire. I was granted permission by one of the two business owners whose land they were resting upon. He warned me that it was very slippery due to what they (the trailers) had housed prior to the fire (water grabbers – a polymer used for plants that traps water). He also informed me of the illegal Mexicans that live behind the wreckage. I went at my own risk. Just beyond the trailers was a drop off of about 40 feet. Rubbish littered the ground and I assessed that was where the Mexican’s made their home. I spent the better half of an hour taking photographs. I could still smell the charred remains even though the fire had obviously been long past. From what I understand, the stench of fiery decay lingers long after the initial blaze. From this experience I can attest that it is true.

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During lunch I went to take some photos of three tractor trailers that were afflicted by fire. I was granted permission by one of the two business owners whose land they were resting upon. He warned me that it was very slippery due to what they (the trailers) had housed prior to the fire (water grabbers – a polymer used for plants that traps water). He also informed me of the illegal Mexicans that live behind the wreckage. I went at my own risk. Just beyond the trailers was a drop off of about 40 feet. Rubbish littered the ground and I assessed that was where the Mexican’s made their home. I spent the better half of an hour taking photographs. I could still smell the charred remains even though the fire had obviously been long past. From what I understand, the stench of fiery decay lingers long after the initial blaze. From this experience I can attest that it is true.

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If your browser will not support downloading nine more phots or you would like to see them bigger then you may view them <a href="http://www.divineimagery.com/Tractor%20trailer/" target="new">here</a>

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