This has been done before, so I can skip the history and concentrate on the pics. What is interesting is that the whole building is steel framed and designed to be jacked up in the event of subsidence caused by brine pumping. Its continued existance is due to a riverside re-development plan being delayed. The site is bang in the middle and the owners are hoping to sell it to the council.
Last edited by Bovine; May 9th, 2010 at 22:31.
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