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Report - Mill Office. Fulton St, Bradford, October 2007

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Converse1, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. Converse1

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    Hi everyone,

    I didn't really know what to call this little place :confused: It originally was the corner building of a large weaving shed and workshops. but these burnt down about 3 months ago and this and the pub at the oposite corner are all that's left, everything else was demolished :(.

    Anyway the pics:

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    Outside view

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    Ground floor

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    one of the upstairs rooms

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    and another

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    Someone tried to get this cast iron bath down the stairs and given up!

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    I love the colours you get with flaking old paint :D


    Not may pics as it isn't a very big place! Still I enjoyed this little explore.
    Thanks for looking :)

    All pictures taken on Fuji Reala 100asa colour print film :thumb


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  2. Converse1

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    Re: Mill office. Fulton St, Bradford. Report October 2007

    Yes I saw Cromptons bringing the mill down, I got a few picture of it the day after the fire, but there was alway guys on site so I couldn't get in :(

    It's only a small building, with not a lot left inside, that said the building is unchaved and left to decay naturally, don't get to see that so much in a city centre. it's been closed up for years but the big booted firemen opened it up :thumb

    I've had a look at Woolston House and it looks pretty secure, but keeping an eye open! :cool:

    Yeah the pub! Always some interestin lookin people outside avin a 'fag' :D


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