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Report - Williamson fire and rescue services, oldham august 2015

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Lancashire lad, Aug 8, 2015.

  1. Lancashire lad

    Lancashire lad chief taster for costa coffee
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    HISTORY
    Williamsons have been trading from the same premises in Mumps Bridge Oldham since 1920. This private family business is still run by members of the Williamson family. The business has grown considerably since the outset and now covers over two acres of warehouse space. Since 1969 we have become a major supplier of Fire Fighting and Rescue Equipment much of this equipment is to Home Office Specification and is available in both new and refurbished condition. Since 1975 we have also been suppliers of all variant types of new and refurbished conveyor systems. We hold considerable stocks of equipment, and manufacture bespoke items to customers specification.

    REPORT
    So this place has had a bit of traffic lately and seeing as we were in Oldham it would be rude not to have a mooch, some and the gang had a decent explore here plenty to see but by god its was derpy , everywhere is damp and smelley a little dangerous upstairs on those old floor boards but a good explore none the less.
    Really enjoyed this place as it has retained the industrial feel as you walk about and I particularly liked the old stables at the back must of been how they delivered there produce back in the day .

    sorry gonna be pik heavy on this one.

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    Great set of photos :thumb

    Glad this place has started to see some traffic, it's about time tbh.
     
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    Great report, i see access isn't an issue now.
     
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