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Report - ACS Dobfar Pharmaceuticals Ltd July 2013

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by dave, Jul 8, 2013.

  1. dave

    dave 28DL Regular User
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    I had seen the recent report by Dissimulate on this place and figured i would have a look myself. It was once quite a big site though lots of it have been demolished thankfully the office /admin building is still standing though it has been well trashed in places. The firm were Italian based who made Penicillin amongst other things. Originally it was the Glaxo group who first came on to this site around 1969/1970. I noticed the place has gone downhill even more since Dissimulate was here that board room looked well wrecked now. Onto some pics just my take on the place.

    Pic of the site still hanging on a wall in reception area in better days.

    View of main office block from one of a few portakabin / offices still standing.


    The place has masses of paperwork left.

    If maps and plans are your thing you will like it here plenty to look at.

    As this pic shows its well trashed.


    This building was at the far end of the site which had ladders up to the top and also at about this time i had company on site as a white van appeared and reversed into one of the warehouses i dont think they looked like scrap men as they had access to the main gates which i was assuming were locked. Time to get out of here not before i took in the views from top of this building.

    Spine road over the River Wansbeck shame it was a little misty.




    Final pic, thanks to Dissimulate btw for first reporting on this site and bringing it to the attention of the urbex world. All in all not bad place considering whats left.

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