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Report - Wolverton Rail Works Summer 2011 & 2012

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by TheTimeChamber, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. TheTimeChamber

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    Big Sheds, used to make trains, carriages, stable the royal pimp wagon and sell Tescos goods. I think this was the first off the railway works in the country This place was huge, shame I spent most of the time trying not to shit myself as the trots had struck :cry:

    And the floors are fucked, and the drop would shatter most ankles. The entrance is a little interesting too...

    Photos, lots of photos:

    The part of the works we visited was the saw mill, paint shed and smithy/forge - the top part of this map

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    Anyone remember this lovely BR colour?

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    We headed underneath the buildings, well we entered into the basement - down here, all the sawdust was extracted to bags

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    The Smithy, also known as the most over grown warehouse in Europe. Took us ages to find a way in

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    Sorry for the large amount of pictures, but I couldn't help it, this place was COOL!
     

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