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Report - Barbours threads, Lisburn NI, Oct 2007

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by BillAnd, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. BillAnd

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    Final destination of the day for Irishmanlost and myself.
    I wanted to visit the smaller of the three mill building (having reported on the two larger ones in previous months)

    Access - almost straight forward, compared to access to the main site.

    As can be seen, it is only a two storey building but it is separated by a diversion in the River Lagan
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    There are still alot of artifacts around, machinery parts, equipment etc
    and one extra hole in the floor - where my foot disappeared through it
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    but even with machinery left, there is still a lot of space around
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    A workers rebellion perhaps ?
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    The light towards mid afternoon was low
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    In an upstairs office sat an old binary computer - and if you look at the screen the images are still burnt onto it, making it look as if the spirits within the mill are IT literate!
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    Just before the Mill closed, a lot of the machinery was earmarked to be shipped out to India. The resulting fire in the holding area destroyed all .
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    Another successful day exploring in NI.
     

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