A long time ago I did a series of posts on the history of wool worsted manufacture, illustrated by photos I took at the Industrial Museum. (See 'About Saltaire' above, for details.) The museum continues to hold a fascination for me, as it so poignantly tells the story of the Industrial Revolution that shaped this area of West Yorkshire and the Pennines. Since the weather lately has been so dire and I have not been out taking photos, I thought I'd have another trip there and see what caught my eye this time. I was mostly captivated by close-ups of machinery. I liked the shape of the bobbins here (like old fashioned milk bottles) and that slash of orange in the background.