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Report - Asahi Spinning and Fabric, Mayo, Ireland.

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by decgforce, Apr 24, 2007.

  1. decgforce

    decgforce Guest
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    Had a look round this old factory, used to produce synthetic fibres. Started production in 1974 and closed down in Nov. 1997.
    It was amazing how such a big plant could just cease operations so suddenly, calenders in offices had Nov. 23rd marked in with intresting little notes scribbled alongside.

    There is eveidence that a salvage company may be starting to clear it out.
    It is mostly untouched, offices look as if someone just never turned up for work one day, mostly in good condition apart from dampness. Within the facility are labs, workshops, canteens, changing rooms and an impressive factory floor.


    view from the upper floor.
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    Pipework
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    Corridor to offices.
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    Goin' gets tough!
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    Factory floor
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    Small room
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    From outside
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    Hope ye like.....
     
    #1 decgforce, Apr 24, 2007
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  2. decgforce

    decgforce Guest
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    few more:

    Office plants, need watering.
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    view from roof
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    Equipment
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