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Report - Clayton Meat Packing factory 27/10/2007

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by pierreob, Oct 27, 2007.

  1. pierreob

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    This was an unplanned job we were just passing after failing to get access to an interesting looking closed down pub and we spotted a gate open which had previously been blocked by rubble.
    Not wanting to miss the chance we went in like the cavalry and photographed what we could before a guy in a truck turned up and politely asked us to leave, we negotiated a bit due to being scary looking buggers and the guy agreed to give us another ten minutes before phoning the police.

    The place had been a meat packing factory, thankfully there was no evidence of this as I am a vegetarian and have no wish to crawl about in offal (though I suspect Dr Mikey would 'cause he's proper wierd sometimes).

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    The dangling twisted metal roof panels gave the place quite a post-apocalyptic feel to it.

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    locker rooms always remind me these places were once a major part of peoples lives, it makes the place feel a bit sad.

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    There must be a psychological reason why it is impossible not to photograph the bog when clambering around in old buildings....

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    Once again it seemed that this was another place infested with Yeti's.
    I'm beginning to wonder if derelict buildings are the natural habitat of these mythical shabby looking creatures and the one seen on Everest was just on a climbing holiday?

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