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Above and below
this open field, new circuits,
turbines and pipelines.
A clean wind, slowing inshore, 
to patents and enclosures.

A selection of Nikki Clayton’s images of the Thorne Moors poetry walk that took place on 31 August 2019 (as part of the Ted Hughes Poetry Festival). After a rendezvous at Thorne South railway station (SE 691 123), the walk (punctuated by readings from White Thorns) took in the ‘infrastructural’ landscape between Thorne and the Humberhead Peatlands, including the Stainforth and Keadby canal, the Moor Road level crossing, and the Tween Bridge wind farm (at the eastern edge of South Yorkshire).



 

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