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One of our Pilots took these amazing drone photographs and videos in Ireland. Some of these places include the SS Crete Boom, Belleek Castle, Down Patrick Head and Urlaur Co.Mayo

Moy River Ballina Co. Mayo – Ireland “The Wild Atlantic Way” – October 2019
Downpatrick Head Co. Mayo – Ireland – October 2019

SS Crete Boom Moy River – Ireland – October 2019

Belleek Castle – Ireland – October 2019

Abandoned Church Nealepark Co. Mayo – Ireland – October 2019

Urlaur Co. Mayo – Ireland – October 2019

Glenurla Valley Co. Mayo – Ireland – October 2019


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Manchester Ship Canal – Latchford Locks

Heres is a Drone Aerial Filming in Manchester of the Ship Canal – Latchford Locks. The Manchester Ship Canal, which took six years to build, is a 36-mile-long inland waterway linking Manchester to the Irish Sea at Liverpool. It generally follows the original routes of the rivers Mersey and Irwell through the historic counties of Cheshire and Lancashire. Several sets of locks lift vessels about 60 feet up to the Manchester Docks (now Salford Quays), where the canal’s terminus was built.

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Saint Cry-au-Mont-d’Or Church – France

One of our pilots was in France to do an aerial drone inspection at this Church in France, Our high technology drones are equipped to analyse key features in your building. Watch this video in 4K for the best experience!

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Houldsworth House Chimney

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Drone Survey of Houldsworth House Chimney in Manchester – May 2019

“This is the chimney from Houldsworth House located in Reddish, Stockport, it was featured in the Asda Christmas TV ad, with a few visual manipulations. The chimney is 80m in height and was built in the 1860s. This was a chimney I personally wanted to film as I grew up in its shadow in the 60s & 70s. At the top of the chimney, you can see that there are newer bricks laid around the top and a steel ring added on top. This work was carried out by the famous steeple Jack Fred Dibnah, I remember being aged 7 or 8 and watched, like the rest of the neighborhood as he slowly ascended the chimney, nailing in each section of the ladder as he climbed.”


Stephen C Forkin PfCO



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