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Report - Gloucester Docks, Mill Complex, September '09

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by dweeb, Aug 30, 2009.

  1. dweeb

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    We have been trying to crack these for years now, but now development has reached that part of the dock things have begun to change... We still could not access the really big A B M mill though:banghead

    This mill has been out of use since 1987. I'm sorry I could not find a company name, though it seemed to be a seed ans cattle cake mill. Very original inside, complete with "helter skelter" and sack conveyer. The top floor offered great views over the dock.

    Very sad to se the Kidlington style cold war grain silo has been replaced with a siansburys, and with no one ever cracking it:mad:

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    This is now a Sainsburys ffs

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