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Report - All Saints Brewery Site, Leicester. 29/07/07

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Goldie87, Jul 31, 2007.

  1. Goldie87

    Goldie87 28DL Regular User
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    Visited this site plenty of times before, but its always a nice explore. Visited with matty1912 and Goldeeno. Was once a brewery, latterly it housed knit ware, sports equipment and engineering companies among others. Most of these photos concentrate on one of the longest abandoned parts and the sports equipment premises as the rest has been covered in other threads.

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    The part on the right appears to have been abandoned since the 80's and thereafter used to store/dump the sports companies junk.

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    Beams

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    Kangaroo boot, there are loads of these all over. They are dated 1986!

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    Part of the knit ware factory, it is packed with stuff

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    Trainer box

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    Boot with tag

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    Retro office equipment

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    Many of the boxes of trainers have been disturbed, however a few remain here unopened

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    Stairs to basement, the walls are covered in old graffiti

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    The basement is still packed with supplies

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    Clothes hangers

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    An unusually neat part

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    In an engineering workshop, drawings from 1956

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    Nearby construction work

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    A very weathered trainer in the courtyard
     

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