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Report - Wardley coal disposal point May 09

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by dave, May 6, 2009.

  1. dave

    dave 28DL Regular User
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    I know this has already been done by Dweeb just thought i would put some of mine up from a recent visit its on my doorstep almost and ive wanted to get in for a number of years now thanks to Northern Exposure for some background info anyway on with some pics.

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    This is the largest or certainly the highest of the hoppers.

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    these conveyors all look very similar once inside it was easy to get a little confused as there is quite a few of them.

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    this is a control room directly above the tracks in the largest building i noticed what looked like one of those computer screens was still on in fact as dweeb said all the power seemed to be still on lots of ticking and humming noises and red lights on all over the plant.

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    these hoppers in the main building were massive you can just see the rail tracks on the ground.

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    canteen area

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    control panel

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    coal picking belt

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    Quite a large site tbh much bigger than it looks an enjoyable 2 to 3 hours wandering around, part of the site is used by a container company for storage etc so it has security 24/7 so be careful if your planning a visit.
     

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