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Report - Stewart Plastics – Croydon – Oct 2015

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by mockney reject, Oct 13, 2015.

  1. mockney reject

    mockney reject 28DL Regular User
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    The history


    Formed in 1945, Stewart is the UK market leader in the manufacture and supply of technical plastic moulded products for the gardening, home and professional catering sectors. The company offers a large range of products in its portfolio ranging from garden planters and propagators, to food containers and specialist storage products. The company employs 70 people. They were originally located in Croydon Later moving to a purpose built factory in Oxford in 2012

    The Croydon site has been empty for a while and has become a haven for graffiti artists, skaters and fly tippers.


    The Explore


    Out yet again with @slayaaaa or a let’s see what we can find kinda afternoon and although we had spoken about this site, we had our eyes on something opposite it that was much more fun….

    On approaching the site the sheers scale of it was impressive, as was the amount of graffiti that covered it. Now I’m not just talking quick tags or throw up but full on proper pieces of art.

    We had a quick chat outside with a couple of painters and in we went.

    A nice chilled explore accompanied by the smell of fresh paint and some great views

    As always please enjoy the pics

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  2. Brighteyes

    Brighteyes 28DL Full Member
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    These are great shots, and looks to be in relatively good nick. Sounds like an easy access too.
     
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