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Report - Salt Riley, Stoke-on-Trent

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by snappel, Jan 27, 2007.

  1. snappel

    snappel BMW 4 LIFE
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    This place started off a bit wierd! Alley knew about it and reckoned she'd spotted a way in. We got there, and the first room we found ourselves in was like an old granny's sitting room! A mixmatch of grotty armchairs and a gas-fire, plus old fashioned wallpaper.

    From here we passed through a store room, then a locker room and finally into the main workshop. The company originally did building work, and this was where the materials (mainly wood) would have been prepared. It was nice to see the machinery still there, including a circular saw and grinders, workbenches, vices and spares.

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  2. Alley

    Alley Conspicuous Loiterer
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    Re: Salt Riley, Stoke-on-Trent - REPORT

    A more interesting place than it looked from outside. Snappel thought the pipes were to take sawdust away from the machinery, tidy idea. Lots of unfamiliar machines and objects (to me anyway).
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