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Sunday, June 03, 2007

Work on Hough Lane

They are laying a new gas main on Hough Lane in Newton.

This photograph is © Frank Bennett and used here with his permission.


perle de rosée said...

Greetings from Perle de Rosée. Thanks to have put my blog of Pont-sur-Sambre and Avesnois Daily Photo in your "Around the World".

Carraol said...

Gerald, great work in your "Around The World" its most appreciated for all of us and cheers from Mexico City.

Gail's Man said...

More road works to slow the traffic down.

Anonymous said...

Nice shot. I assume this is a "new" line and not a replacement.

Anonymous said...

Came back to thank you for the link to the other replacement shots. Nice work. I just didn't think the old gas lines wore out. Maybe they do as I seem to have recalled a story that some of the pipelines in Alaska where the crude oil flows down to America have worn paper thin. Maybe there is something similar that happens to steel pipe with natural gas running through them. It must be a monumental job replacing all of those old lines.

Thanks agin

Annie said...

We must have patience when such work is being done, mustn't we.

I want to tell you that I LOVE the Around The World program that you have created and shared with the world. It's simplified my blogging life so much, not to mention how it has opened the world even wider to me..

julia said...

Five stars for the new look. Noticed blogger had instructions, is better when the text can be clearly seen, not like mine (at the top)

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

Yellow pipes for gas, I think they use green pipes here for gas, we are having new water mains along the main highway this summer, will do a post on that

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