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EAW022867 ENGLAND (1949). Peat cutting, Glasson Moss, from the south-west, 1949

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Pennawd [EAW022867] Peat cutting, Glasson Moss, from the south-west, 1949
Cyfeirnod EAW022867
Dyddiad 26-April-1949
Dolen
Enw lle GLASSON MOSS
Plwyf BOWNESS
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 323875, 559697
Hydred / Lledred -3.1879987356249, 54.926065757495
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol NY239597

Pinnau

Byddwch y cyntaf i ychwanegu sylw at y ddelwedd hon!

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

Photographs taken by The Solway Nature Explorers (9-14yrs) around the remains of the Solway Viaduct, seen in the aerial photograph of Glasson Moss and environs, Bowness-on-Solway, 1949: Image Reference EAW022906, have been turned into black and white images as inspiration for the lino cutting and stencilling workshop that they will be doing during the week.



This workshop with The Solway Nature Explorers is based around mark making and mans mark on the landscape. Marks which are particularly striking in aerial photographs such as this one, where industrial peat cutting carved large channels into the landscape that can still be seen today.

Tan By Two
Monday 4th of August 2014 03:29:46 PM
Photographs taken by The Solway Nature Explorers (9-14yrs) around the remains of the Solway Viaduct, seen in the aerial photograph of Glasson Moss and environs, Bowness-on-Solway, 1949: Image Reference EAW022906, have been turned into black and white images as inspiration for the lino cutting and stencilling workshop that they will be doing during the week.



This workshop with The Solway Nature Explorers is based around mark making and mans mark on the landscape. Marks which are particularly striking in aerial photographs such as this one, where industrial peat cutting carved large channels into the landscape that can still be seen today.

Tan By Two
Monday 4th of August 2014 03:29:32 PM
Photographs taken by The Solway Nature Explorers (9-14yrs) around the remains of the Solway Viaduct, seen in the aerial photograph of Glasson Moss and environs, Bowness-on-Solway, 1949: Image Reference EAW022906, have been turned into black and white images as inspiration for the lino cutting and stencilling workshop that they will be doing during the week.



This workshop with The Solway Nature Explorers is based around mark making and mans mark on the landscape. Marks which are particularly striking in aerial photographs such as this one, where industrial peat cutting carved large channels into the landscape that can still be seen today.

Tan By Two
Monday 4th of August 2014 03:28:52 PM
Photographs taken by The Solway Nature Explorers (9-14yrs) around the remains of the Solway Viaduct, seen in the aerial photograph of Glasson Moss and environs, Bowness-on-Solway, 1949: Image Reference EAW022906, have been turned into black and white images as inspiration for the lino cutting and stencilling workshop that they will be doing during the week.



This workshop with The Solway Nature Explorers is based around mark making and mans mark on the landscape. Marks which are particularly striking in aerial photographs such as this one, where industrial peat cutting carved large channels into the landscape that can still be seen today.

Tan By Two
Monday 4th of August 2014 03:27:36 PM
Photographs taken by The Solway Nature Explorers (9-14yrs) around the remains of the Solway Viaduct, at Bowness-on Solway have been turned into black and white images as inspiration for the lino cutting and stencilling part of the workshop based around mark making and mans mark on the landscape.



This is an interesting element that can be seen in the aerial photographs of the Solway coast, particularly the Peat cutting around Glasson Moss, that we are exploring as part of the Borders Project in this area.

Tan By Two
Monday 4th of August 2014 03:22:40 PM
Photographs taken by The Solway Nature Explorers (9-14yrs) around the remains of the Solway Viaduct, seen in the aerial photograph of Glasson Moss and environs, Bowness-on-Solway, 1949: Image Reference EAW022906, have been turned into black and white images as inspiration for the lino cutting and stencilling workshop later in the week.



This workshop with The Solway Nature Explorers is based around mark making and mans mark on the landscape seen in the aerial photographs of the Solway coast, particularly the Peat cutting, Glasson Moss, from the south-west, 1949, image reference EAW022867.

Tan By Two
Monday 4th of August 2014 03:12:30 PM