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Saturday, April 07, 2007 

That's a rather large chimney

It's a funny thing 'familiarity'. I walk past the largest structural in Hull, well the tallest anyway, everyday. 450 feet tall, or thereabouts and I think nothing of it. This is part of the Holliday Pigments (Formerley Reckitts Colours) ultramarine manufacturing site in Morley Street. I went for a couple of interviews there, 80's and 90's. You walk about 100 yards down the street and everything is blue, very peculiar.

I drive past this chimney most days and always think i must take a photo of that. Thanks for saving me the job Johnny.

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