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Report - Seaforth Scrapyard, Liverpool

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by snappel, Jan 14, 2007.

  1. snappel

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    I really like this place - heaps and heaps of scrap metal, a lot of it unrecognisable but there is quite a lot of ex-shipping and railway scrap, such as huge engine blocks and components, wagons, caterpillar tracks and suchlike. Quite an eerie place to explore - I kept half expecting Sand People to suddenly appear on top of the mounds, but nothing untoward happened.

    In the middle of the site are the remains of the scrap processing machinery, which by the looks of things hasn't been used in a long time. There was evidence of change since my last visit, including moved heaps of scrap and two massive sets of oxy-acetylene cutting gear.

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