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Atom Inside Panopticon Lancashire England Uk
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The four Panopticons were designed to attract visitors out in to the open countryside, all four are displayed out on the hills and moors, between Pendle, Hasingden, Blackburn and Burnley.


Inside the Atom, despite some vandalism over the years, the views out give a unique perspective. The original silvered ball has long gone so a little virtual reality has been added to restore to its original state.

For more details see this website http://www.midpenninearts.org.uk/panopticons

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Copyright: Geoff mather
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Uploaded: 08/10/2011
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Tags: panopticon; lancashire; sculpture; outdoors; scenery; moors; hills; atom; halo; colourfields; singing ringing tree; g8dhe
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