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Report - Allied Mills / Ainscough Flour - Burscough - September 2010



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Allied Mills / Ainscough Flour Mill - Burscough, Lancs - September 2010

Visited with Host


Did you know flour is brown, before being dyed white? I didn't, but Host did, he likes bread.

Visited on a miserable weekday, this place is dark, damp and VERYdangerous in parts. 7 floors of rotting, saturated timber isn't fun, especially when your exploring partner goes through it in front of you you :eek:


Anywho, I've struggled to find much information on this, but it was a flour mill and it ceased operations in 1988. Enjoy...

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(Shot Courtesy Of Pennine Waterways)

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I wasn't joking about the floors.

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Cheers
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