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Report (Permission Visit) Guardbridge Paper Mill - March 2015

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Urbex Les, May 2, 2015.

  1. Urbex Les

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    Guardbridge Paper Company was established in 1873 on the site of a former whisky distillery beside the Eden river. The village of Guardbridge developed around the mill, and was the main employer in the area. Production was at its peak in the 1950s but after various mergers and buy-outs, the mill came under the ownership of Curtis Fine Papers, and went into receivership in 2008. The vacated site was bought by the University in 2010.

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    Interesting, is the boilerhouse still intact?
     
  3. Urbex Les

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    Yep, still intact, the boilers are too big to remove. Work was about to start at the site a few weeks after we were there though.
     
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