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Report - Walker & Woodward, Brassfounders, Birmingham - July 2016

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by matt09, Jul 11, 2016.

  1. matt09

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    Walker and Woodwood pretty much sums up a typical small Victorian works that made Birmingham the city it is today. The industrial revolution had set the demand for metal ware of every description, and small scale works shot up in their thousands to cater for this demand. The firm manufactured brass handles, ships fittings, hinges and other small brass castings.

    Struggling to find much more on this one.. Be very careful with this one, I was usually pulling half my weight with arms above ground level as much of the floor won't take any weight.

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  2. WildBoyz

    WildBoyz Is this the future?
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    Looks quite photogenic inside there. I like the shot looking out of the city with a bit of decay in the frame.
     
  3. matt09

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    Yeah it's certainly a great photo spot. I barely explored the main building as I was alone and it required climbing up and around on very unstable floors.
     
  4. Robbie Barrett

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    I can't seem to find this place, Do you have a street name?
     
  5. matt09

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    It's on the Locations map on this site.
     
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