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Report - Plywood Factory, Italy

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by djmike, Sep 19, 2010.

  1. djmike

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    Hi guys, yep! Once again from Italy! (ok, i’m trying to convince you to book a trip to Italy :D)
    I wanna show u an industrial site located in a small town at the border between Tuscany, Liguria and Emilia… Closed in the 2003, after an long and hard labor dispute, the factory, that produced plywood, is almost intact with all the machinery still in place, as if they were ready to start again at any moment… although after my last visit I heard some rumors that reported that the property had finally found a buyer and were about to start works for renewing the factory... :(
    Next time I go in that area I'll ask for some more infos...

    Some pics…

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    Thanks for looking! Hope you like this!!! :)
     

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