By Caelen Bristow
A shelter embedded in the landscape, made from the old steel tipplers once used in the production process.
This piece was developed from the old tipplers at Ferbane Power Station which was decommissioned in 2000 AD. The tipplers were used to empty the wagons of peat as they came in from the bog by rolling over the wagon of peat and emptying their contents onto the conveyor belt that brought the peat to the power plant at the time.
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