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Half-hidden traces of the past, between Dodworth and Silkstone (2013) A lot woodland areas now look very rural and lush from afar - on closer inspection only meekly cover up an heavy-industry past. It's the funny thing about capitalism, that it leaves a world behind so fast (as it both redesigns itself and goes in search of cheaper labour) that it begins to look like the ancient lost ruins (such as the relics at Angkor, Cambodia) in a matter of decades rather than centuries.

WOMEN AGAINST PIT CLOSURES' HELMET, 1984-1985 From the Miners' Strike, this helmet is a strong visual reminder of one of the most troubled times in Barnsley's modern history. Experience Barnsley Museum collection.