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Industrial – The Factory by Simon & His Camera
Image by Simon & His Camera
Coryton Refinery was an oil refinery in Essex, England, on the estuary of the River Thames some 28 miles (45 km) from the centre of London, between Shell Haven Creek and Hole Haven Creek, which separates Canvey Island from the mainland.
It was a part of the Port of London and was the last of the three major refineries on the Thames Estuary to remain in operation. Output was delivered by road, sea and rail, and it was linked to Stanlow Refinery in North West England by the UK Oil Pipeline (UKOP). There is a 753 MW gas-fired power station, opened in 2002 and run by Coryton Energy Co Ltd, part of Intergen.
In January 2012 Petroplus filed for bankruptcy. Coryton Refinery ceased production in June 2012. The site will be turned into a distribution terminal to be called Thames Oil Port.
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Horror on Heather Lane
Image by I Bird 2
This newly constructed house in the middle of a settled 60 year old suburban subdivision has been vacant for over 3 years. It needs more than paint. The battered front door is sentinel to interior mildew. The city has declared it uninhabitable. The asking price is only slightly above the value of the land on which the building sits.