Aerial shots of Burnley taken from atop the Brunlea Hotel

Regular Burnley Express contributor Peter Stawicki has taken another series of shots of Burnley, this time from an unusual vantage point.

Tuesday, 9th April 2019, 12:12 pm
Updated Tuesday, 9th April 2019, 12:19 pm
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel

The keen amateur photographer has captured an album of images from the roof of the Brunlea Hotel in Keirby Walk.

His images show the town centre and surrounding areas and also capture scenes of Burnley’s industrial past with many former mill buildings still very much in evidence.

And you can also see Turf Moor, home of the Clarets, the far side of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.

These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel
These shots of Burnley were taken by Peter Stawicki from atop the Brunlea Hotel