Bolton Outdoor Camera Archive
Notice: The tower in which the webcam is currently situated is to be
demolished during 2003, and the camera location has changed.
It is situated on Eagle Mill from which the day by day
demolition of the tower can be observed.
This is the current webcam picture. The rest of this page is my selection of
archived pictures from the CAM 3 page. The live picture is
here. All the images here
are around 50k and are shown full size.
There are a total of three cameras, quickly accessed from
image is now stored as a JPEG.
This image is a bit dark, but is the first I captured from a newly installed
camera. On the horizon on the left is the town hall
clock tower. The foreground is the main path leading to the main entrance of
This scene, similar to the one above, shows snow filled skies have taken their
toll on the town's landscape.
The snow has stopped falling.
And it's now starting to get dark.
Snow is starting to fall over Bolton. This is a different camera angle. The
Institute's 'M' block is in the foreground, and the fire station is middle.
It's stopped snowing, but quite a covering has fallen.
It's starting to get dark and the snow is already melting.
It is dark, and nearly all the snow has gone.
The camera was repositioned to give this view. In the background are the moors
of Bolton. On the right hand side is the clock tower of the town hall, on the
right in the foreground is the steam hammer.
The camera has been repositioned and some pictures from that will appear here.
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