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Report - Thermalite Factory - Durham - July 13

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by dbwrc, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. dbwrc

    dbwrc 28DL Full Member
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    Found this while out on my travels today. Its an old factory that used to make thermalite blocks. I cant find any history on the building but theres a lot of paperwork lying around and the most recent first aider list dates 1997 so i guess its been abandoned since then.

    The site is surrounded by a barbed wire fence [ACCESS REMOVED]

    I couldnt access the main office block and didnt fancy climbing to the second floor where theres a smashed window.

    Theres still a fair bit of stuff left in the buildings, furniture, paperwork etc.

    I forgot my camera this morning so pics are from my phone, sorry :(

    Main Office

    Small office block with showers, toilets and kitchen.

    The factory
    Inside the factory

    power shed

    The rave pit

    The warehouse

    The workshop

    The carpark

    Quite enjoyed having a wander around this place but would have liked to see inside the main office.

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