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Thursday, October 01, 2009

Seven Centuries of Contrast.


Behind the railings is Newton Hall, built in 1370 and restored in 1970.

Behind the Hall are industrial units which house the Starchaser rockets.

Starchaser began life as an experimental rocket test programme set up in 1992 by Steve Bennett from Dukinfield.

A few years ago the rocket was on show at Gee Cross Fete. Now they are busy recruiting astronauts.

The CDPB theme today is "Contrast": Click here to view thumbnails for all participants.

11 comments:

marley said...

What a contrast!

Space men in Hyde?!

Jilly said...

Beautiful old house and good choice with those modern buildings behind. So much history - seven centuries, no less.

Zsolt said...

very interesting solution. To be honest I like better the old part:) Great choice for the theme day

AntiguaDailyPhoto.Com said...

1370, wow, that's pretty old. In Guatemala we have some ruins that are few thousand years old... but then you already know that. ;-)

magiceye said...

wonderfully composed and contrasted!

Jim K said...

Thats a real contrast, nothing made up there. The house looks like its split in 2.

BeachILike said...

It is pretty old and so contrast with modern building behind.

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Tom said...

Hi Gerald
Great 'Contrast Posting'.. I laughed at Marleys comment about Spacemen in Hyde... I've certainly seen a few 'spaced-out men in the area before now.

Buck said...

Excellent realisation of the theme! Wonderful photo, wonderful text.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

good choice for theme day and it is hard to believe that it is seven generations. wow.

Lois said...

That is a nice contrast. Great post for Theme Day!

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