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Report - Kidlington Grain Silo :: October 2010

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Montstar, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. Montstar

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    Every time I drove to Birmingham I always used to see this building by the side of the A34 but never had the time to explore....until now.

    Kinger and I were driving back from the 28DL 5th Birthday Bash hungover to hell and in need of fresh air and a walk...so an old, damp building with plenty of bird shit was the doctors orders :rolleyes:

    So, we pulled up outside the site, donned our overalls and hi-vis jackets and wandered straight in :thumb

    You have to be a little inventive to find a way in, but I think if we weren't hungover we'd have found a way in a lot sooner!

    Straight to the top we went, and the views of the surrounding area were pretty awesome - however impossible to capture how high you actually are!

    1. Top floor

    2. Straight-jacket








    10. Bottom of the lift shaft

    11. Outside shot

    12. Then we found this old beauty in a pile of rubbish outside. Complete coincidence that this is here? Or was there a military/war-time connection with this place?

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