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Report - Kingfield Heath, Birmingham - 17th June 2007

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Damon, Jun 17, 2007.

  1. Damon

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    This was the last site of the day for myself and Romanian1 on our little Brum jaunt, but it was the one that really made the day for me.

    We had been reliably informed by a very friendly and hospitable vagrant and/or smackhead in another building that this place was empty and accessible, so we took a wander up the road to have a look (more about the nice man in another topic, eventually).

    We were initially sceptical about getting in as our intel from our new friend was a bit off. We weren't too fussed as we did have a few other places to try, but after having a peep through a small hole in the front door, we knew we had to get inside.

    A walk of the perimeter didn't yield much, but a very random bit of inspiration by R1 and suddenly we were straight in!

    a bit of history shamelessly stolen from the company website before we get on with the show...

    This place is deceptively big, and we spent a good couple of hours inside. The shop floors have aisles of racks, all empty. Upstairs is a mass of cubicle type offices with a central callcentre, a few bits and bobs knocking about up there. We also found a small room absolutely stacked with paperwork, mainly stock control documents. R1 was made up with the discovery of a box full of keys, and we also found a huge box full of packaged monster sanitary towels, which naturally had us in fits of giggles (its all pixie and explorette's fault :( ).

    The star of the show, and what made us get in there was the absolutely stunning reception area. Its impossible to describe, so I'll let the pictures do the talking. It was definately a great virgin outing for my new 10-20 (cheers chromedb :thumb )

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    The Link Is Too A Update On This Place Where We Do Refer Back To This Report
     
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    Looked lovely back then, it's gone to the dogs now I'm afraid!
     
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