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Report - Doxford Engines Pallion Ship Builders 16/9/07

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by xm657, Sep 16, 2007.

  1. xm657

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    Been meaning to check this place out for months since it was first done by Northern Exposure. Its a total time capsule, the circa 1970s office equipment and decor are in exceptionally untouched/unchaved condition.

    The front gate.

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    IBM mainframe computer and telephone switch - really old gear this and probably not that old when this place closed.
    I poped open the drive eject and amazingly there was a big 8inch floppy disk still in there - popped it back in as I'm all out of 8inch floppy drives to read it.

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    In the back of the IBM
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    The pure 70s style reception is dominated by this "sculpture" on the stairs

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    The waiting area in reception

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    And some random shots from the drawing rooms and offices.

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    Need to send a telex?

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    In the basement...

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    Its a great site, and thanks again to Northern Exposure for finding this originally.
     

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