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Prototype TX5 production. London Taxi Company opening a new car factory to make TX5 electric Black Cab taxis, Ansty, Coventry. LTC is owned by Chinese car maker Geely © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Prototype TX5 production. London Taxi Company opening a new car factory to make TX5 electric Black Cab taxis, Ansty, Coventry. LTC is owned by Chinese car maker Geely
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Chairman Carl-Peter Forster arriving in a TX5 at the launch. London Taxi Company opening a new car factory to make TX5 electric Black Cab taxis, Ansty, Coventry. LTC is owned by Chinese car maker Geely  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Chairman Carl-Peter Forster arriving in a TX5 at the launch. London Taxi Company opening a new car factory to make TX5 electric Black Cab taxis, Ansty, Coventry. LTC is owned by Chinese car maker Geely
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Tata Steel Port Talbot, South Wales. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Tata Steel Port Talbot, South Wales.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk
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Jacquiline Davies, Safety Facilitator, Tata Steel Port Talbot, South Wales. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Jacquiline Davies, Safety Facilitator, Tata Steel Port Talbot, South Wales.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Lee Pritchard, Welder, Engineering Workshop, Tata Steel Port Talbot, South Wales. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Lee Pritchard, Welder, Engineering Workshop, Tata Steel Port Talbot, South Wales.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Jordan Samuel Halfpenny, Apprentice Academy at Tata Steel Port Talbot, South Wales © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Jordan Samuel Halfpenny, Apprentice Academy at Tata Steel Port Talbot, South Wales
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Port Talbot steelworks, South Wales © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Port Talbot steelworks, South Wales
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Scunthorpe Steelworks, Tata Steel Ltd, North Lincolnshire. Caparo Merchant Bar © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Scunthorpe Steelworks, Tata Steel Ltd, North Lincolnshire. Caparo Merchant Bar
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Scunthorpe Steelworks, Tata Steel Ltd, North Lincolnshire © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Scunthorpe Steelworks, Tata Steel Ltd, North Lincolnshire
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Demolition of Firth Brown, Steel & Engineering Works in Sheffield. © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Demolition of Firth Brown, Steel & Engineering Works in Sheffield.
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Miners strike picketing BSC Scunthorpe as coke is brought from Orgreave Coking works, Yorkshire. © John Harris/Report Archive/reportdigital.co.uk

Miners strike picketing BSC Scunthorpe as coke is brought from Orgreave Coking works, Yorkshire.
© John Harris/Report Archive/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelworkers and Peoples March for Jobs activists protest at closure of steel industry outside the Cutlers Feast a dinner joined by the steel owners. Jobs are lost as the steelworks are demolished Sheffield 1983 © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelworkers and Peoples March for Jobs activists protest at closure of steel industry outside the Cutlers Feast a dinner joined by the steel owners. Jobs are lost as the steelworks are demolished Sheffield 1983
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Mass march and meeting of Corby steelworkers just before the national strike for a 20% pay rise started, © Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

Mass march and meeting of Corby steelworkers just before the national strike for a 20% pay rise started,
© Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

March and mass meeting of Corby steelworkers through the town to protest at the planned rundown and closure of the plant © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

March and mass meeting of Corby steelworkers through the town to protest at the planned rundown and closure of the plant
© NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

Corby Festival, part of campaign to save the steelworks, threatened with closure. The festival included a march by steelworkers and their families through the town © Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

Corby Festival, part of campaign to save the steelworks, threatened with closure. The festival included a march by steelworkers and their families through the town
© Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

Corby steelworkers walk to London in a campaign to save the steelworks from closure. © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

Corby steelworkers walk to London in a campaign to save the steelworks from closure.
© NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

Demolition of Ebbw Vale Steelworks in South Wales. © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Demolition of Ebbw Vale Steelworks in South Wales.
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Bill Sirs leader of ISTC steel union being lobbied by his members as he goes into talks with BSC management on cuts and closure proposals © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

Bill Sirs leader of ISTC steel union being lobbied by his members as he goes into talks with BSC management on cuts and closure proposals
© NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

March in Shotton against planned closure of steel works © Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

March in Shotton against planned closure of steel works
© Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

Michael Foot with Ebbw Vale steelworkers, their works under threat, lobby the headquarters of BSC London. Michael Foot, their local MP and leader of the Labour Party © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Michael Foot with Ebbw Vale steelworkers, their works under threat, lobby the headquarters of BSC London. Michael Foot, their local MP and leader of the Labour Party
© Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelworkers from Ebbw Vale, South Wales, march through London in protest at the planned large scale redundancies © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelworkers from Ebbw Vale, South Wales, march through London in protest at the planned large scale redundancies
© Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Shotton steelworkers, facing the closure of their steelworks in Deeside, join engineers in Liverpool in a strike and protest against the new anti-union laws © NLAC/reportdigital.co.uk

Shotton steelworkers, facing the closure of their steelworks in Deeside, join engineers in Liverpool in a strike and protest against the new anti-union laws
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Protest in Irlam, near Manchester, at the proposed closure of the steelworks with the loss of nearly 4,400 jobs. Almost everyone in the town joined the protest including many children. The steelworks were run down from 1971 to its final closure in 1979.  © Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

Protest in Irlam, near Manchester, at the proposed closure of the steelworks with the loss of nearly 4,400 jobs. Almost everyone in the town joined the protest including many children. The steelworks were run down from 1971 to its final closure in 1979.
© Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers at GKN Bredbury steelworks, Greater Manchester occupying their factory in support of a district wide claim for £6 pay increase, a 35 hour week, equal pay and longer holidays © Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers at GKN Bredbury steelworks, Greater Manchester occupying their factory in support of a district wide claim for £6 pay increase, a 35 hour week, equal pay and longer holidays
© Martin Mayer/reportdigital.co.uk

Lobby of Parliament by Shotton steelworkers after the closure of the steelworks was announced by the Heath Government. The plant, in Deeside, North Wales, was closed down over a period of years and finally shut in 1980, with the loss of 8,000 jobs.  © Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

Lobby of Parliament by Shotton steelworkers after the closure of the steelworks was announced by the Heath Government. The plant, in Deeside, North Wales, was closed down over a period of years and finally shut in 1980, with the loss of 8,000 jobs.
© Peter Arkell/reportdigital.co.uk

The closure of East Moors Steelworks in 1978, Cardiff.  © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

The closure of East Moors Steelworks in 1978, Cardiff.
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelworkers PKT at Rotherham (at start of National steel strike).  © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelworkers PKT at Rotherham (at start of National steel strike).
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

The police at a ISTC steelworkers picket, British Steel Hadfields, Sheffield.  © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

The police at a ISTC steelworkers picket, British Steel Hadfields, Sheffield.
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

ISTC Steelworkers picketing, at British Steel Sheerness in February 1980. © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

ISTC Steelworkers picketing, at British Steel Sheerness in February 1980.
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Jobs are lost as a steel works is demolished Sheffield 1983 © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Jobs are lost as a steel works is demolished Sheffield 1983
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers join Peoples March for Jobs activists to protest at closure of steel industry outside the Cutlers Feast a dinner joined by the steel owners. Jobs are lost as the steelworks are demolished Sheffield 1983 © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers join Peoples March for Jobs activists to protest at closure of steel industry outside the Cutlers Feast a dinner joined by the steel owners. Jobs are lost as the steelworks are demolished Sheffield 1983
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers join Peoples March for Jobs activists to protest at closure of steel industry outside the Cutlers Feast a dinner joined by the steel owners a managers.  Sheffield 1983 © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers join Peoples March for Jobs activists to protest at closure of steel industry outside the Cutlers Feast a dinner joined by the steel owners a managers. Sheffield 1983
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Ravenscraig Steelworks, in Scotland.  © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Ravenscraig Steelworks, in Scotland.
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Miners' Strike, polices stop coaches of miners traveling to picket coal leaving British Steel's Hunterston Terminal. The 300 miners then sat down in the road and were dragged away by police and arrested. Scotland.  © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Miners’ Strike, polices stop coaches of miners traveling to picket coal leaving British Steel’s Hunterston Terminal. The 300 miners then sat down in the road and were dragged away by police and arrested. Scotland.
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Miners Strike, convoy of iron ore leaving Port Talbot for Llanwern Steelworks.  © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Miners Strike, convoy of iron ore leaving Port Talbot for Llanwern Steelworks.
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Imported Polish coal being unloaded onto lorries for transport to BSC Scunthorp steelworks inorder to break the strike. Flixborough Wharf, Scunthorpe, South Humberside © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Imported Polish coal being unloaded onto lorries for transport to BSC Scunthorp steelworks inorder to break the strike. Flixborough Wharf, Scunthorpe, South Humberside
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Sir Ian MacGregor BSC © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Sir Ian MacGregor BSC
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Demolition of Firth Brown, Steel & Engineering Works in Sheffield.  © John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Demolition of Firth Brown, Steel & Engineering Works in Sheffield.
© John Sturrock/reportdigital.co.uk

Rolling out in a steel mill in the Midlands  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Rolling out in a steel mill in the Midlands
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Musician playing a banjo for money in front of a shop for sale Corby - once a thriving steel town.  © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Musician playing a banjo for money in front of a shop for sale Corby – once a thriving steel town.
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Sadness at the loss or steelworkers jobs: Corus Steelworks Bryngwyn South Wales community on the day that it closed. © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Sadness at the loss or steelworkers jobs: Corus Steelworks Bryngwyn South Wales community on the day that it closed.
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Schoolboys playing football near steelworks Cardiff Comprehensive School South Wales. © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Schoolboys playing football near steelworks Cardiff Comprehensive School South Wales.
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Corus Teesside steelworks, Redcar  Cleveland with Holiday Chalets in the foreground.  © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Corus Teesside steelworks, Redcar Cleveland with Holiday Chalets in the foreground.
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Using a kiosk at Jobcentre Plus in West Bromwich. © John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Using a kiosk at Jobcentre Plus in West Bromwich.
© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelworkers standing on top of the pouring plateform. Pouring molton metal into a cast from the furnace. Sheffield Forgemasters Steelworks © David Chang/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelworkers standing on top of the pouring plateform. Pouring molton metal into a cast from the furnace. Sheffield Forgemasters Steelworks
© David Chang/reportdigital.co.uk

Corus Steel Teesside workers. Unite March for Jobs, Birmingham. © Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Corus Steel Teesside workers. Unite March for Jobs, Birmingham.
© Jess Hurd/reportdigital.co.uk

Around 3500 steelworkers, their families and other trade union members marched through the town of Redcar on the Cleveland coast to protest at huge jobcuts by Corus in the British steel industry where to 2,000 jobs at the Teesside Cast Products factory alone are at risk after an international consortium pulled out of a 10-year-deal to buy its steel. Redcar, Co' Cleveland. © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Around 3500 steelworkers, their families and other trade union members marched through the town of Redcar on the Cleveland coast to protest at huge jobcuts by Corus in the British steel industry where to 2,000 jobs at the Teesside Cast Products factory alone are at risk after an international consortium pulled out of a 10-year-deal to buy its steel.
Redcar, Co’ Cleveland.
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Poster in a shop window against the closure. Around 3500 steelworkers, their families and other trade unionists marched through the town of Redcar on the Cleveland coast to protest at huge jobcuts by Corus in the British steel industry where to 2,000 jobs at the Teesside Cast Products factory alone are at risk after an international consortium pulled out of a 10-year-deal to buy its steel. Redcar, Co' Cleveland 2009. © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Poster in a shop window against the closure. Around 3500 steelworkers, their families and other trade unionists marched through the town of Redcar on the Cleveland coast to protest at huge jobcuts by Corus in the British steel industry where to 2,000 jobs at the Teesside Cast Products factory alone are at risk after an international consortium pulled out of a 10-year-deal to buy its steel.
Redcar, Co’ Cleveland 2009.
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelmaking resumes with the relighting of the blast furnace at the Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI) UK Redcar steelworks after being mothballed for two years, Redcar, Cleavland, North Yorkshire. Formerly Corus. © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelmaking resumes with the relighting of the blast furnace at the Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI) UK Redcar steelworks after being mothballed for two years, Redcar, Cleavland, North Yorkshire. Formerly Corus.
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelmaking resumes with the relighting of the blast furnace at the Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI) UK Redcar steelworks after being mothballed for two years, Redcar, Cleavland, North Yorkshire. Formerly Corus. © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steelmaking resumes with the relighting of the blast furnace at the Sahaviriya Steel Industries (SSI) UK Redcar steelworks after being mothballed for two years, Redcar, Cleavland, North Yorkshire. Formerly Corus.
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

New blast furnace No 4, Port Talbot Steelworks, an integrated steel production plant capable of producing nearly 5 million tonnes of steel slab per annum, West Glamorgan, Wales © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

New blast furnace No 4, Port Talbot Steelworks, an integrated steel production plant capable of producing nearly 5 million tonnes of steel slab per annum, West Glamorgan, Wales
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

The Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, South Humberside.  © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

The Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, South Humberside.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

The Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, South Humberside.  © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

The Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, South Humberside.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Caparo Merchant Bar Plc and Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.   © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Caparo Merchant Bar Plc and Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Save Our Steelworks campaign, Keep the Lights Burning rally, Redcar Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Save Our Steelworks campaign, Keep the Lights Burning rally, Redcar Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Save Our Steelworks campaign, Keep the Lights Burning rally, Redcar Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Save Our Steelworks campaign, Keep the Lights Burning rally, Redcar Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Save Our Steelworks campaign, Keep the Lights Burning rally, Redcar Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk.

Save Our Steelworks campaign, Keep the Lights Burning rally, Redcar Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk.

Tipton, Indiana Worker wearing UWA t-shirt Chrysler Transmission Plant producing transmissions for the Jeep Cherokee and Chrysler 200.  © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Tipton, Indiana Worker wearing UWA t-shirt Chrysler Transmission Plant producing transmissions for the Jeep Cherokee and Chrysler 200.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Tipton, Indiana - Workers at the Chrysler Transmission Plant make transmissions for the Jeep Cherokee and Chrysler 200. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Tipton, Indiana – Workers at the Chrysler Transmission Plant make transmissions for the Jeep Cherokee and Chrysler 200.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

A woman working on the Chrysler assembly line for the Jeep Liberty and Dodge Nitro Chrysler Toledo Assembly Complex, USA.  © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

A woman working on the Chrysler assembly line for the Jeep Liberty and Dodge Nitro Chrysler Toledo Assembly Complex, USA.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Michigan Chrysler Sterling Heights Assembly Plant, where the Chrysler 200 is assembled. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Michigan Chrysler Sterling Heights Assembly Plant, where the Chrysler 200 is assembled.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Sterling Heights, Michigan Chrysler Robots painting a car body in the paint shop  Assembly Plant, where the company is making the Chrysler 200. © Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

Sterling Heights, Michigan Chrysler Robots painting a car body in the paint shop Assembly Plant, where the company is making the Chrysler 200.
© Jim West/reportdigital.co.uk

The blast furnace control room SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

The blast furnace control room SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Steel workers at the blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside, traffic lights © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Blast furnace SSI UK Redcar steelworks Teesside, traffic lights
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Cornelius Louwrens, UK Business Director and Chief Operating Officer of SSI UK, Redcar steelworks, Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Cornelius Louwrens, UK Business Director and Chief Operating Officer of SSI UK, Redcar steelworks, Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Cornelius Louwrens, UK Business Director and Chief Operating Officer of SSI UK, Redcar steelworks, Teesside © Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Cornelius Louwrens, UK Business Director and Chief Operating Officer of SSI UK, Redcar steelworks, Teesside
© Mark Pinder/reportdigital.co.uk

Clocking on at the start of a shift. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Clocking on at the start of a shift. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker maintaining a machine that sharpens steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker maintaining a machine that sharpens steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker cooling himself down due to the heat from the furnace. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker cooling himself down due to the heat from the furnace. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker posing for a portrait. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker posing for a portrait. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A Made in Britain sticker. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A Made in Britain sticker. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker riding his bike during his tea break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker riding his bike during his tea break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker making wooden handles. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A worker making wooden handles. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

The forman handling hot steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

The forman handling hot steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers relaxing on their lunch break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers relaxing on their lunch break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers relaxing on their lunch break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers relaxing on their lunch break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers having a smoke break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Workers having a smoke break. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
© Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A workers bashing hot steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A workers bashing hot steel. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
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Pin up girls in the workspace. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Pin up girls in the workspace. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
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Finished Commando knives ready for shipping to America. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Finished Commando knives ready for shipping to America. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
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J Adams logo on a finished knife. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

J Adams logo on a finished knife. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
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Knives being boxed for shipping. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Knives being boxed for shipping. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
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An indoor view of J Adams Knives and Cutlers. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire. © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

An indoor view of J Adams Knives and Cutlers. J Adams and Sons manufacture a range of military and cooking knives out of steel using traditional hand based production methods. The family business employs around 16 people part time and has been passed down from son to son for three generations. Much of the knives are exported for the American market. J, Adams and Sons Cutlers and Knives factory, Sheffield centre, South Yorkshire.
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Grange Lane Cafe, Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.   © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Grange Lane Cafe, Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
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Caparo Merchant Bar Plc and Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.   © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Caparo Merchant Bar Plc and Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
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A demolished factory. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.   © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A demolished factory. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
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Open to offers: A yard sale or garage sale of children's toys. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.   © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Open to offers: A yard sale or garage sale of children’s toys. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
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Retired steelworkers playing snooker in the Redbourne social club owned by Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.   © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Retired steelworkers playing snooker in the Redbourne social club owned by Tata Steelworks. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
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A view of housing. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.   © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A view of housing. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
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Diners in a cafe. The community of Scunthorpe. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.   © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Diners in a cafe. The community of Scunthorpe. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
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Housing. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.   © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

Housing. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
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A view of housing. Woman walking past a closed pub. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.   © Connor Matheson/reportdigital.co.uk

A view of housing. Woman walking past a closed pub. Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
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Bristol Pound App, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Bristol Pound App, Bristol.
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Bristol Pounds, Bristol Credit Union, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Bristol Pounds, Bristol Credit Union, Bristol.
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Bristol Pounds, Bristol Credit Union, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Bristol Pounds, Bristol Credit Union, Bristol.
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City wide local currency Bristol Pound (BP) £B Electronic payment service, TXT2PAY Bristol Bike Project, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

City wide local currency Bristol Pound (BP) £B Electronic payment service, TXT2PAY Bristol Bike Project, Bristol.
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Bristol Pound, Bristol Bike Project, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Bristol Pound, Bristol Bike Project, Bristol.
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Bristol Bike Project, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Bristol Bike Project, Bristol.
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Bristol Bike Project, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Bristol Bike Project, Bristol.
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Bristol Bike Project, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Bristol Bike Project, Bristol.
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Street Party today no parking, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Street Party today no parking, Bristol.
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Street Party in Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Street Party in Bristol.
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Think local boycott Tesco mural above Love Bristol Pop-Up Bakery, Stokes Croft, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Think local boycott Tesco mural above Love Bristol Pop-Up Bakery, Stokes Croft, Bristol.
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The Bristol Skipchen: a Real Junk Food Project. A community food waste cafe operating on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Staffed entirely by volunteers the serve intercepted waste food that would otherwise have gone into the bin. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

The Bristol Skipchen: a Real Junk Food Project. A community food waste cafe operating on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Staffed entirely by volunteers the serve intercepted waste food that would otherwise have gone into the bin.
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Sam Joseph the manager of The Bristol Skipchen: a Real Junk Food Project. A community food waste cafe operating on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Staffed entirely by volunteers the serve intercepted waste food that would otherwise have gone into the bin. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Sam Joseph the manager of The Bristol Skipchen: a Real Junk Food Project. A community food waste cafe operating on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Staffed entirely by volunteers the serve intercepted waste food that would otherwise have gone into the bin.
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The Bristol Skipchen: a Real Junk Food Project. A community food waste cafe operating on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Staffed entirely by volunteers the serve intercepted waste food that would otherwise have gone into the bin. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

The Bristol Skipchen: a Real Junk Food Project. A community food waste cafe operating on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Staffed entirely by volunteers the serve intercepted waste food that would otherwise have gone into the bin.
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The Bristol Skipchen: a Real Junk Food Project. A community food waste cafe operating on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Staffed entirely by volunteers the serve intercepted waste food that would otherwise have gone into the bin. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

The Bristol Skipchen: a Real Junk Food Project. A community food waste cafe operating on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Staffed entirely by volunteers the serve intercepted waste food that would otherwise have gone into the bin.
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The Bristol Skipchen: a Real Junk Food Project. A community food waste cafe operating on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Staffed entirely by volunteers the serve intercepted waste food that would otherwise have gone into the bin. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

The Bristol Skipchen: a Real Junk Food Project. A community food waste cafe operating on a pay-as-you-feel basis. Staffed entirely by volunteers the serve intercepted waste food that would otherwise have gone into the bin.
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Bike park at Temple Meads railway station, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Bike park at Temple Meads railway station, Bristol.
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Food growing in planters @Bristol Science Centre, Millennium Square, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Food growing in planters @Bristol Science Centre, Millennium Square, Bristol.
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The Green Veil wall - an ingenious method of screening the car park facility from neighboring residential views. Green walls, or vertical gardens, reduce the urban heat island effect and reduce energy consumption. Bristol Harbourside parking, Car Park, Bristol.Bristol Harbourside Car Park, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

The Green Veil wall – an ingenious method of screening the car park facility from neighboring residential views. Green walls, or vertical gardens, reduce the urban heat island effect and reduce energy consumption. Bristol Harbourside parking, Car Park, Bristol.Bristol Harbourside Car Park, Bristol.
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Footbridge, Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise zone, Temple Meads, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Footbridge, Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise zone, Temple Meads, Bristol.
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Horizon House, The Environment Agency building, Bristol. It is a leading example of an environmentally sustainable building, and has been awarded a BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) score of over 85% Ð one of the highest-ever BREEAM ratings. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Horizon House, The Environment Agency building, Bristol. It is a leading example of an environmentally sustainable building, and has been awarded a BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) score of over 85% Ð one of the highest-ever BREEAM ratings.
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Phineas plastics global HQ and recycling factory, Bristol. The factory produces plastic products from its plastic moulding machines using recycled plastic waste.  © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Phineas plastics global HQ and recycling factory, Bristol. The factory produces plastic products from its plastic moulding machines using recycled plastic waste.
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MD Dan Wright at Meeting to discuss tooling. Phineas plastics , Bristol. The factory produces plastic products from its plastic moulding machines using recycled plastic waste.  © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

MD Dan Wright at Meeting to discuss tooling. Phineas plastics , Bristol. The factory produces plastic products from its plastic moulding machines using recycled plastic waste.
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Phineas plastics , Bristol. The factory produces plastic products from its plastic moulding machines using recycled plastic waste.  © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Phineas plastics , Bristol. The factory produces plastic products from its plastic moulding machines using recycled plastic waste.
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Phineas plastics global HQ and recycling factory, Bristol. The factory produces plastic products from its plastic moulding machines using recycled plastic waste.  © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Phineas plastics global HQ and recycling factory, Bristol. The factory produces plastic products from its plastic moulding machines using recycled plastic waste.
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The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Bristol.
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The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, Bristol.
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Flower meadow, St Andrews Park, planted to prevent Anti Social behaviour, Bristol. © Paul Box/reportdigital.co.uk

Flower meadow, St Andrews Park, planted to prevent Anti Social behaviour, Bristol.
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BRUSH Turbogenerators, Falcon works, Loughborough, Leicestershire

BRUSH Turbogenerators, Falcon works, Loughborough, Leicestershire
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford© John Harris/reportdigital.co.uk

BMW Group Mini production line, Cowley, Oxford
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