(CLICK ON A PIC AND IT WILL GO BIG)
I had a few days back up north in Cheshire so took the opportunity to snap some local attractions. First on the list was this amazing old National Trust cotton mill called Quarry Bank Mill. It was a suitably drizzly day so it was a good job it was all indoors. Each room had a helper who worked at least one of the machines on request. Very nice and a welcome change to the usual grand stately homes. Good on you NT. The camera was of course the Pentax 67ii with the usual selection of lenses but this will be changing in the future as I have added a few more interesting fillies to the stable. Watch this space.
This could be 1917 rather than 2017
The obliging assistant
Now thats what you call a bobin