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Report - Sleaford Bass Maltings, Lincolnshire - Aug 15

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Hydro, Aug 17, 2015.

  1. Hydro

    Hydro 28DL Regular User
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    Went back for another look with FatPanda, Raz & Jord

    Hopefully i've got some new interesting shots and not the same old same old! :)

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    Bit of History;

    The Bass Maltings in Sleaford, England are a large disused group of eight malt houses originally owned by the Bass Brewery of Burton upon Trent. Constructed between 1901 and 1907 to Herbert A. Couchman's design, the maltings are the largest group of malt houses in England; they have been designated Grade II* on the National Heritage List for England, recognising them as "particularly important ... of more than special interest."

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    Part of the predominately agricultural county of Lincolnshire, the Sleaford area was a major producer of barley in the 1880s. When germinated and dried to form malt, barley forms a key ingredient in the production of beer. Along with the town's railway links, this attracted the Bass brewery company to the town. The use of more efficient techniques at Bass's other plant led to the closure of Sleaford's maltings in 1959. Despite being used to rear poultry in the late 20th century, the buildings have not been fully occupied since Bass left and a fire in 1976 caused severe damage to three of the malthouses. Derelict since the 1990s, proposals to convert the buildings into office, retail and residential space were put on hold in early 2015 after lengthy delays over planning permission and the withdrawal of a major investor.

    Few more :thumb

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    Heres a video i spent some time making;

    http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/sleaford-bass-maltings-walk-around.t98597

    Thanks for looking :thumb
     

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  2. Obsidian

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    I haven't heard of this place before, but it is a gorgeous building. Nice shots, I will defo take a look at the video too
     
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    Sweet cheers mate :thumb Its worth a look round, some awesome decay about
     
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    I have removed the video link as it was pointing to another exploring forum.
     
  5. Idle Hands

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    Some nice snaps you've got there... this one especially:

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    Fair enough, i will link he one ive put on here. Sorry dude :thumb
     
  7. Hydro

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    Thanks man :)
     
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    That first shot and the third are proper noiceeeee! And that spiral staircase, probably the best part photographically. Amazes me how some people in other reports miss it! :rolleyes:
     
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    @hamtagger I have no idea why people leave it out, its awesome! same with the one at St. Jo's and George Barnsley. They are part of the buildings style and silly to over look
     
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