Saylor Kilns, Saylor Park, Coplay, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Pennsylvania is known for cement, among many other things. Portland cement was made in the Lehigh Valley as well as other locations. Saylor Kilns are the semi restored ruins of the Saylor Cement Company. These 6 kilns stand tall against the elements and poor funding. Sadly, it's a loosing battle for the kilns. http://www.lchs.museum/HistoricSites.htmThis photo was shot on film. Taken by bass_clarinet_2000 with a Holga Stereo Pinhole 120PC-3D loaded with Lomography Black & White Negative 120 film film in Whitehall, PA, United States. These tags describe this photo: pinhole, whitehall, pennsylvania, and holga. This photo can also be found in the album My First Holga.
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