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2010s 2019 21st Century Astronomical Astronomy Featured Print

2010s 2019 21st Century Astronomical Astronomy

My final astro image from this decade, a star trail shot last night at the Barony A Frame in Ayrshire.

The Barony A Frame is a preserved headgear in East Ayrshire, Scotland, located 1.2 miles west of Auchinleck. It was built in 1954 as part of the modernisation of the Barony Colliery, which had been opened in 1907.

The colliery closed in 1989, and in 1990 the winding engine houses, generating station and water-treatment works, as well as the A frame, were given listed building status, as category B listed structures.

It is the last remaining example of its type in Britain, and was restored in 2007 by the Barony A Frame Trust. Over o1 million was spent refurbishing the structure, including funding from Historic Scotland and the Heritage Lottery Fund. The A-frame was reopened by Prince Charles, the Duke of Rothesay in January 2008.

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