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Report - Baynards Brickworks, Horsham - May 2014

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by zombizza, May 31, 2014.

  1. zombizza

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    Established as a fuller's earth and refractory clay works in the early 20th century, this site was chosen in 1937 by the Steetley Chemical Company as a site for a large part of its chemical manufacturing operations. The chemical factory closed in 1989 and a brickworks was established just to the west of it in 1990. This in turn closed in c.2004 and the yard was used to store bricks from other factories in the area. The site is now largely abandoned and is heavily contaminated with hazardous chemicals.

    Not to much here, but made for a nice interval between other sites. The flapping roof is quite a spectacle. There are some nice pieces of graffiti and if you like a bit of old vehicle, then you have a caravan, jeep and digger ;o)


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    Nice clean crisp images..love the aerial ones.
     
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    A neat set of aerials. Did you see the colour of the lake there?
     
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    the big one at the back? I didn't particularly notice anything about it, apart from the tractor that had been pushed into it.
     
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