Another factory chimney in Burnley, Lancashire.
Travelling along the Leeds to Liverpool canal in the opposite direction from the one shown in my last post, past the Weavers’ Triangle and behind the new college buildings on Trafalgar Street, there are a couple more examples of the magnificent chimneys in the town.
Before you get to them you pass extensive works on the canal where it looks like they are widening the canal but they are in fact just replacing the retaining wall. A few weeks ago the canal was actually blocked off to allow the rubbish to be cleared from the bottom but the weather was too awful to get a decent picture.
The solitary mill chimney (one of the few which survived demolition) and the canal, now used for pleasure rather than commerce.