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    Flesh gold coast in the 60s 70s and 80s photo exhibition (left) is now a memorial to their life, and the area and the people who lived there

    Flesh gold coast in the 60s 70s and 80s photo exhibition (left) is now a memorial to their life, and the area and the people who lived there. Photo: Michael Naughton

    “I can’t help thinking it’s a sad강남출장마사지 강남출장샵 story. There is no sense of community around this area because there has been too much destruction, and there’s not enough of it, and in fact the people aren’t getting any respect, because the state says, ‘we’re giving you nothing, you’ve got nothing to fear.'” A sign reading “We’re not taking your money” was found outside the property on Newmarket Avenue, a few blocks north of the waterfront where the gold-mining was happening. Photo: Michael Naughton

    It’s not just a gold rush. One of the largest iron-ore에스엠 카지노 mines in the world operates in the same area (pictured) in West Sussex, but no-one seems to recognise the town’s place in the story of its develop포항출장안마ment. The main town Hall, now in ruins, is next door, and in the old days, the town itself was built by gold prospecting workers. The town’s centre is now a museum about the mining industry, and it’s still known as “The Gold Triangle” because of the heavy metal concentration.

    The locals have a lot to answer for. Photo: Michael Naughton But the truth is the town has its own story to tell. Its prosperity is its downfall. It was once a sleepy community of farmers and the coal workers that brought them together. In this sense its history is very similar to the town of Broughton, and the townspeople are desperate to try and forget. Many have left. “It’s not as good as Broughton,” says Mr Johnson. “The people are more or less in a state of denial.”