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Report - Coalite Factory, Bolsover - 22\07\06

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by dweeb, Jul 22, 2006.

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    Wow... What can I say? This place is AWESOME!! We began our exploration in the sites administration and records dept. It is still decorated in the 1950's style and the reception has a fantastic spiral staircase. The great thing about the offices was the record room... still packed full of documents from the 1920's to the 80's. All the documents from the ARP and fire control are still in a box file:eek:

    There is also cine films advertising coalites wares!

    Onward to the main site, where we had a quick look at the machinery before being busted by the demolition guys! I'll be back soon to get a look at the rest of the site, it really is fantastic.
     
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    Re: Colite Factory, Bolsover REPORT

    Some of the more industrial part of the site. Oh, and I got a pic of the old milling machine for OT!
     
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