6 x 8KW high powered Searchlights bathed the massive Arches at Pontcysyllte Aqueduct for the third year at this ‘Under the Arches event’ bathed in spectacular light…
Searchlight show for Under the Arches
http://www.underthearches.co.uk/ – Underneath the Arches 2014 at Pontcysyllte brings more great local artists and live pop music to dance the night away to.
Searchlights at Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
With local food and entertainment all over the field its great to bring a deckchair and enjoy the music and sights followed by the light show, flames and fireworks the aqueduct will be bathed in spectacular light!
Search lights Wales
The evening comes to an end with a spectacular firework display over the aqueduct.
Searchlights for Arndale shopping centre Fashion show, Manchester
Searchlight Show at Manchester Arndale Centre
6 High powered 8000 Watt Searchlights shining beams into the sky to welcome the crowds at Manchester Arndale Shopping Centre for ‘Vogue’s Fashions night out’ celebrating shopping and fashion with a stunning interactive Fashion show.
Pontfest 2013 – Aqueduct Spectacular with Searchlights & Flames
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct Searchlight Show
On Friday 12 July 2013 huge crowds gathered at Pontcysyllte Aqueduct to see the Word Heritage site landmark lit up on a fabulous summer evening. There were thousands of people enjoying the live music throughout the evening as they eagerly awaited the sky to darken and the light show to begin. The light show directed at the Aqueduct Arches was spectacular and followed by a Fireworks display donated by a local “Kevin” company – an amusing pronunciation of “Cefn” by the compare. Nobody left the evening disappointed. Congratulations to the organisers.
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Power at the Power Station EMF supplied City Colours and High Powered Projection onto the internal walls of Battersea Power Station. Together with six of their 8Kw Searchlights they lit up the night sky for this private wedding party event.
Lighting and Laser show at Battersea Power Station
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct bathed in light for trust launch
THE world-famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct has been bathed in light to mark the launch of a charity trust.
Glandwr Cymru (Canal and River Trust) is being officially launched today.
The running of the Llangollen canal, including the Pontcysyllte aqueduct world heritage site, will be passed to the new charity, which pledges to transform the historic canals and rivers of North Wales.
The charity is appealing for donations for projects to make the canal a haven for people and wildlife for years to come.
The aqueduct was beautifully lit in an evening event before the launch, to mark the start of a landmark 15-year government contract given to the trust to look after the nation’s waterways.
The trust is taking over from British Waterways and The Waterways Trust in England and Wales, the UK’s first major transfer of state run infrastructure into the charitable sector. Its patron is the Prince of Wales.
Search light Beacons used for Croydons Diamond Jubilee celebrations
Searchlight beaming beacons for Queens Diamond Jubilee
Croydon prepares to celebrate the diamond jubilee
Thousands will take to the street this weekend to celebrate the Queen’s diamond jubilee.
Croydon Council has received more than 130 applications for street parties; including 94 road closure requests and more than 20 applications to hold parties in parks and green spaces.
Every school in the borough will be planting a tree in her honour and Wandle Park has been nominated to become a designated Queen Elizabeth II park, to preserve it for future generations.
Search light beacons will also light up the evening sky in Norwood Grove, in the north of the borough, and at Coulsdon Memorial Park in the south.
11:30am Wednesday 30th May 2012 in News By Nick Hitchens
Crystal Palace transmitter lights up the night sky as it broadcasts analogue signal for the last time after 56 years
The 719ft-high tower shone like a beacon over south London as it marked the end of an era following the biggest digital switchover yet.
The mother of all transmitters, which reaches a fifth of the country’s TV sets all by itself, will continue to broadcast signals – but only digital ones from now on.
The 219m tall Crystal Palace broadcast tower is illuminated to mark the switch from analogue to digital television, bringing to an the end the 75 years that the antenna has been broadcasting the analogue signal.
By PAUL REVOIR
PUBLISHED: 01:54, 19 April 2012 | UPDATED: 17:08, 19 April 2012