That's quite an amusing series of photos. The water tower in Epping was built in the 19th century to provide fresh water and, in particular, to help keep Epping free from cholera and typhoid. In the late 20th century the water pipes were sealed off because pigeons roosting in the tower had the habit of dying and then falling into the water tank - or falling into the water then dying, take your pick; anyway the water became polluted whatever order they popped their pigeon clogs. Ironic really that a tower built to prevent pollution of water became a source of polluted water. The site was abandoned by the water authority and presumably the building/land was sold to the car dealers.
Then a sign from Birdbrook. Is that bird in the brook? Don't drink the water! And be careful on the roads, they clearly have speeding children. Then that mad looking NZ bird - he looks like he's been drinking something but maybe not water...
The Hubble Telescope has just picked up a sound from a fraction of a second before the Big Bang. The sound was "Uh oh".