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Report - Hoyle Ing Dyeworks, Huddersfield, August 2012

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Wakey lad, Aug 26, 2012.

  1. Wakey lad

    Wakey lad 28DL Full Member
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    One of the James Dyson works, this site was used for the dyeing of loose stock wool and all kind of synthetic fibre. The building dates from 1906, and as far as I can tell was still active in 2009. Not much left inside, it has been cleared by the usual metal monkeys. Apologies for the lack of external shots - By the time I came across this place it was getting dark so it was a case of getting a few internal shots.

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    Thanks for looking​
     
    #1 Wakey lad, Aug 26, 2012
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