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February 2005

ducks swimming around rubbish

the signal house

the signal house

Rubbish in the canal

the ABM building

Ducks swim amongst rubbish in the canal, and graffiti and litter can be found everywhere. The derelict signal house has remained in a rundown state for years. Towering over it all is the ABM building, which remains a blot on the landscape.

In some places Louth is a very attractive market town. But when these pictures were taken we didn't have to go far to find the examples of neglect that you see here.


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