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About this eventWe are pleased to present this day of model portraiture at Clay Mills Pumping Station in the summer. With excellent access to the site we will be setting up eye catching and unique scenes with 2 beautiful and professional models. This day promises plenty of variety for outfits, lighting and shooting locations and TimeLine Staff will be on hand to offer tips and advice.
Claymills is a restored Victorian pumping station and it was designed by James Mansergh and the main pumping plant consists of four Woolf compound, rotative, beam pumping engines. These are arranged in mirror image pairs, in two separate engine houses, with a central boiler house (containing five Lancashire boilers with economisers) and chimney. The engines were built in 1885 by Gimson and Company of Leicester. It is one of only three pumping stations of this size and completeness to survive in England and will provide us with a wonderful variety of backdrops and scenes. We will have exclusive use of the site and unlimited tea and coffee is provided throughout the day.
The timings for this event are 14:30 - 19:30
We hope you will want to join us for what promises to be a great day in a wonderful location.
This event is limited to just a small group of photographers and our models for the day are pictured above.
- Spare batteries
- Lense cloths
Other things you should bring
- Bottled water
- All levels welcome
- Sturdy outdoor shoes
- Warm clothing