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Scrobie Sands and Blood Hills Wind Farms  12 January 2005

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Horsey Mill - a NT property and a reminder of the traditional image of wind power.

 

The view of the Blood Hill turbines from Winterton beach.

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From Winterton, a squall is seen devouring the Scrobie Sands wind farm.

 

The Somerton turbine ... indicating some of its rural neighbours!

 

The Scrobie Sands wind farm as the storm gathered!

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A pair of shots to indicate wind farms have the clear blessing of the Church!

 

 

The relationship between the Somerton turbine and those on Blood Hills.

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The Blood Hill line-up. The 1.5MW Somerton single turbine (Enercon E-66) , 800m west of the 10 225 KW Vesta 225's on Blood Hill.

 

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The Scrobie Sands information panel at Caister Lifeboat Station.

 

Wind energy offshore, in two forms.

 

A gas rig seem between two turbines of the Scrobie Sands farm.

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The Scrobie Sands Wind Farm panorama.

 

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