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Report - More pye sir? April 12'

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Bone, Apr 22, 2012.

  1. Bone

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    OliverGT, Luke_takes_pictures and Ant_43​


    I know, more Pye.. Was in two minds if I should post and bore you to death with more Pyestock but it's worth a mooch and no mistake.

    Double fencing and barbed wire! pah, no contest. Brambles to fling your self face down on! pah, no problem. Nice clean landie patrolling! we sneer at such an inconvenience. Pooh in the control room! not even worth a sniff. Dog walkers on exit! well that's different :)

    Twas a good night and day gentlemen, and I thank you.

    Stolen webernet information for those that really don't know:-

    For over fifty years, Pyestock was host to the development and testing of gas turbine engines. From the 1950s through to the 1970s, it was the largest facility of its type in Europe (if not the world), and the design, experimentation and testing at Pyestock helped to usher in the jet age. From running up Concorde's Olympus jet engines in a simulated supersonic conditions through to the endurance checking of every gas turbine installed in the ships of the Royal Navy, Pyestock's credentials were extremely impressive.

    As gas turbine research matured and computer simulations took over, Pyestock was gradually run down and now stands unused. The structures on the site are considered to be of national, if not international, importance. But due to their extremely specialised nature, no alternative uses have been put forward, and the whole site is destined to be demolished and replaced by a supermarket distribution centre.



    As always, snaps fresh from the camera, I'm far to lazy to process.

    Not a particular award winning shot by any means but the morning sun had just arrived thru the skylights and the colour temperature was stunning. ​

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    We returned via Surrey and lord only knows how we never got nicked lurking outside public conveniences I will never know? WTF was in the ladies anyway oliverGT?

    If you want good honest grub at a reasonable price then get the fuck out of Surrey.....​
     

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