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Report - TG Green Pottery, Church Gresley - February 2009 -

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Oxygen Thief, Feb 13, 2009.

  1. Oxygen Thief

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    First a little bit of history from http://www.tggreen.co.uk/ ...

    Well it was easy enough, but time wasn't on my side and the light was failing quickly, so my first goal was to see the bottle kilns. However on the way I found plenty of other stuff...

    The old medical room, really was something from another era...

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    The lithographic stores, wrapped around a sealed-up bottle kiln...

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    and then the bottle kilns with wares still in inside...

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    I was disappointed though. I never realised it was part of a display. However, looking inside another two kilns showed they were full and looks like they were ready for firing a long long time ago. No pics of that.

    Moulds stacked up on the shop floor...

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    A train of trolleys waiting to go into one of the long kilns...

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    In the same area...

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    Horrible shot inside a kiln...

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    And more...

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    There was a room with half a dozen different type kilns, each the size of a shipping container...

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    And finally, thought we could have a national UE exploring forum meeting in here, seemed almost quite apt...

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