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Report - George Barnsley & Sons Sheffield July 10

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by goon, Jul 31, 2010.

  1. goon

    goon Guest

    A site that has been reported on quite a lot lately. You all know the history by now. Since the place closed down in the early '90s there have been brief times when it has been accessable before being locked down again. This has offered folk the chance to explore a wonderful old factory and offices pretty much untouched by time (but covered in pigeon shit). The site has been accessable for a while now and as a result things have changed a little. I first visited the site a few weeks ago with Kitty. The place was pretty well 'pikied' then but on my return quite recently there is more evidence of stuff being removed from the site and quite willful damage being done.

    Now an open site is always going to suffer from chancers helping themselves to things of value, that is human nature and I am not one to judge such people. What I have noticed though is items of little value now seem to be missing. If you compare older and more recent reports you may see what I mean.

    At the moment this is still a great explore but I honestly can't see much of it being left for long.









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