Michael Laing (rock_dinosaur) wrote,
Michael Laing
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Burntisland Docks


Buffer stops, more commonly known on the railway as 'battery ends', at Burntisland Docks, 1st October, 2003.


A mobile crane at Burntisland Docks, formerly used for the transfer of bauxite from ships to railway wagons, 1st October, 2003.


Ropes and chains at Burntisland Docks, 1st October, 2003.


A quayside crane in silhouette at dusk, at Burntisland Docks, 1st October, 2003.


A bollard at Burntisland Docks, 1st October, 2003.
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