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Three wind turbines being constructed behind the kirkstone Pass Inn on kirkstone Pass in the Lake District, UK. Because of its remote location, the pub is not connected to the grid and currently relies on a diesel generator. The wind turbines will vastly reduce the need for the generator and are the first wind turbines to get planning permission in the National Park. This shot shows the commissioning electrician testing the gap on the pitch for the rotor blades using feeler gauges to balance the blades.
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