They're nowhere near as ugly as coal mines or nuclear power stations.
But they're not in your garden or on your roof are they?
Some coal mines are now historical sites and museums though such as Blaenau Ffestiniog where people can go and learn about the past.
Fiddler's Ferry in Runcorn is quite a nice sight when seen in the light of a sunny autumn day (used to live near there)
Again, I'm not criticising people for having them and I'm considering them myself, but they are just so fook ugly it's putting me right off.
Are the people who live in Port Sunlight, Thornton Hough or any other listed building allowed to have them I wonder?