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Report - British Cellophane, Bridgewater, Somerset 12/7/09

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by dangerous dave, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. dangerous dave

    dangerous dave 28DL Full Member
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    British cellophane was formed in 1935 and in 1937 the site at bridgewater in summerset started production. during the second world war the site switched production to aid the war effort and production resumed after the war fast forward to 2004 and the site was closed due to the down turn in use and the pollution effect the chemicals used had on the environment.

    this was one hell of a site to get into after a few cuts n close calls we where in spent a good few hours walking round the site the demolition and strip of the boilers has started i think in the 3 hours we where on site we did less than half the site it is massive place this

    on with the pics in no order








    managed to find roof access was one hell of a view out watch the seagulls tho inbound shit hawk


    thanks to scrub2000 for the drive and the company on this mad one

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