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Back To The Foundry

Hope everyone had a good weekend… Today we head back over to the Ford Foundry, and a few more reader submitted photos.

Richard V. sent along these four following photos –

Thanks for sharing these photos with us…

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The next two photos come from reagular reader Darren.

He noted that he heard a huge racket coming from the foundry yesterday morning, and that a huge section of overhead piping had just come down.

Here is one of his photos from January 31st.

The same view yesterday morning, February 24th.

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Thanks again to everyone who has been submitting photos of the Foundry slowly disapearing.

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