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Krasnopresnenskaya naberezhnaya, Moscow, Russia
Ventilation Tower. The water supply from Loch Katrine to Glasgow runs underground here and this is one of the many vents along its course
Chipping Sodbury Tunnel ventilation shaft near Badminton
Mine Fan house. This was a ventilation unit for the local ironstone mines in the area. In the foreground is the old railway branch line that ran from Slapewath to Skelton Park Pit.
Air vent on pavement in Chester Square
Air shaft (3) 765213
Air Vent. One of a number of unusual air vents around this church. I do not think the grills would prevent the church mouse coming and going. See 765137
Pillar: Blake Hill. Marked Pillar/Observatory on some OS maps, one of three similar Grassholme Tunnel ventilation shafts nearby.
Air shaft There are many air shafts spread over the Fife countryside, their purpose is to ventilate the numerous disused coalmines in the area, this one is situated to the west of Burntisland.
Air Shaft and Upton Wood The 'stump' on the left is an air shaft for a railway tunnel.
Air Shaft This iron ore mining air shaft is located in thick dense forest and can be easily overlooked. There are quite a few of these air shafts dotted around this area.
Air shaft (2). See 765213 The road in the picture is the A909 Burntisland to Cowdenbeath.
Shaft for Frizinghall to Esholt sewage tunnel. Have you ever wondered how all Bradford's sewage gets to Esholt treatment works (SE1840)? It goes through a 4,807 yards long, 10ft wide, 400ft deep tunne…
Above Kilsby Tunnel One of the smaller ventilation shafts. This one is the most northerly.
Fenced off airshaft above Blea Moor tunnel. I think this airshaft may have collapsed in on itself. The sign read 'Danger Keep out hidden shaft'. Taken from the nearby spoil heap.
Catesby Tunnel Airshaft from below. Supplemental to the geograph already submitted, here is the same airshaft from below ground. 15ft in diameter, it was the largest shaft, and the only one to be sunk…
Air Shaft to Totley Tunnel This air shaft and its surrounding embankment rise like a submarine out of the quagmire of Totley Moss!
Air shaft above the Sodbury railway tunnel These crenellated air shafts are notable landmarks in this area. The Great Western Railway line through this tunnel was opened in 1903. The photograph was ta…
Air shaft, Bramhope Tunnel. Bramhope Tunnel is on the Leeds to Harrogate railway line. The tunnel is over two miles long and was constructed from 1845 to 1849 at a cost of 24 lives. There are four of …
Wrong place. The fence safeguards the entrance to a ventilation shaft dug for Blea Moor Tunnel at the time of its construction. Unfortunately, it was in slightly the wrong place, as can be deduced fro…