100 years ago, steam power was ubiquitous. Boilers were the primary means of creating steam, for mechanical power -- steam engines, steam hoists, steam power of all kinds. Nowadays, of course, boilers are rather rare. During the world wars, most of the old metal boilers were scrapped. Inexplicably, this one survived, in place, still attached to its water feed and vents -- but totally exposed to the elements, too. Want to know more about my photos? You can find more details at Cliffs and Ruins
, my photo-a-day blog! If you like my photos, please visit my photo store: David Clark Photography
. © David Clark, all rights reserved.