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Report - Hollinwood Gas Holder Site, August 2015.

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Ojay, Aug 25, 2015.

  1. Ojay

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    Hollinwood Gas Holder Site

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    (The site in 1922)
    Obviously subject to stringent planning, the land could one day be home to mixed residential/business use, a number of proposals have been put forward over the years

    I've run out of :popcorn waiting to see what might materialize here

    It's not much in the way of a report, but I thought it was only right to document another industrial site that won't be around for much longer, albeit a few shonky pics taken on my phone so people can at least see what was once here in years to come :thumb

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    Re-visited in October with @The Lone Ranger

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    Cool.

    Don't think i've ever seen one with the tank built into the ground like that, or without the stairs around.
     
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    A nice bit of rusty industry there, never seen a buried one like that before either :)
     
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