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Report - Grecian Mill Tower, Walkden - January 2013

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by tweek, Feb 2, 2013.

  1. tweek

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    Grecian Mill Tower, Walkden - January 2013

    Nothing special, just another one of those pass it everyday places you notice. The one's that haunt you until you are restless enough to bother with.

    Can't find much information on it, other than it's called Grecian Mill, it sits prominently between Farnworth and Walkden, and as early as the late 1800's was occupied by a company by the name of Holden and Son. Now it's one of those sort of places that looks totally derped, but is actually still in use, just broken into smaller units. The top of the tower is used to house transmitters, and despite barely being able to grace the High Stuff section, it's a lot higher than it looks from the ground when you're scaling the ladder from the lower roof... on your lonesome.

    Not really worth posting, but I enjoyed it and got these photos back today, so here you go...

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    tweek
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