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michael norton

This is not near me but gives you the flavour of industrial and community collapse.

“Near the little village of Stewartby, Bedfordshire, four chimneys and two kilns stand alone in what used to be a bustling industrial site.
At its peak in 1936, Marston Vale was home to the world’s biggest kiln and produced 500 million bricks a year. The last working site closed in 2008 as it could not achieve emission standards?”

https://www.bedfordshirelive.co.uk/news/history/bedfordshire-village-home-largest-brickworks-4949097

We have to go back to real people doing real jobs, we can’t all just box stuff up at Amazon
or spend our meaningless lives pushing buttons.
Imagine how you would feel if you had no culture, no history, no real life existence, everything meaningless.