Down the docks

October 15, 2008 at 16:45 | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments

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As I suggested on Sunday when I took these photos, I was a little surprised just how far I could wander round the docks.

The Pacific Sandpiper is one of the fleet of ships that operates on behalf of British Nuclear Fuels, carrying fission products back and forth to Sellafield, a railway trip up the coast. The cargoes are believed to include plutonium dioxide.

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  1. plutonium dioxide…that sounds like one to be wary of

    nicely taken shot

  2. Lve the mirror reflection, but not so much the scary cargo.


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