We visited it on a freezing cold, frosty day.
|This is one of the old drying sheds, now used to produce terracotta pots.|
Another former tilework's building, still has the narrow gauge rail track for loading
and unloading tiles. This was probably a kiln.
Around the site are walls made from surplus pantiles.
The Humber Bridge is just beyond this site.
|Pedestrians on the bridge.|
|The lake in front of the Humber Bridge is one of many flooded clay pits in the area.|
|In the town a former chapel is now a cycle shop.|
The Waterside Visitor Centre is on a wetlands area, formerly the Britag
Chemical Works. Now reclaimed as an important wildlife area.
This is the Barrow Haven stop on the Cleethorpes to Barton railway line.
It's a single line running a periodic passenger service.
|A sign outside a house near the wharf.|
The sign reflects the former use of this yard.
"Old Ferry Wharf".
A workshop on the wharf side enjoying the setting sun.
Olympus EM5 MK2 with 12-60mm Leica lens.