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Report - Terry's Chocolate Works, York, December 2011

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by True_British_Metal, Dec 29, 2011.

  1. True_British_Metal

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    Visited with Dragonflame (my other half). Since I've never been up a derelict clocktower and York being the spectacular and utterly beautiful city it is, I've been very keen on seeing this.

    The visit went nice and smoothly with quick and easy entry being made into the warehouse at the back, which was completely pitch black and pikeyed to every gram of copper. In fact even the vast majority of the roof has disappeared! Still there were some really nice murals left behind in this area, just a shame that some retard had to spray a swastika over one (luckily it's barely visible). We skipped the main building temporarily and made our way over to the clocktower, which despite being full of shit and pigeons had some great stuff to see like the boilers and of course the clockface and the views from the top. Sad to say that the clock on the pendulum has been stolen and the other clock faces were not accessible without risk of falling in shit lol. We then made our way to the main building, which despite having some really nice art deco features was far too stripped and damaged to take many (if any photos).

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    As always,

    love TBM x
     

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