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Report - Brymbo Steelworks, Wrexham. March 2010.

manic28_am

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Spotted a thread by another UE'er and decided it was worthwhile paying a visit. Turned out to be better than I was expecting. I'll probably return for a more 'intrusive' explore soon. A nice leisurely stroll. Explored with Trotts.

Brymbo Steelworks, A Brief History:
The Brymbo Steelworks was a former large steelworks in the village of Brymbo near Wrexham, Wales. For much of its life it was a rather ordinary ironworks and later steelworks, but is significant on account of its founder, and as having one of a modest number of surviving blast furnace stacks.

Plenty more to be found online. On with the pictures.

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Welcome to Brymbo Steelworks. Enjoy your explore with us.

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Building to the right is still live, as the Volvo parked outside and electric lights indicated.

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Basement?

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Nowhere near brave enough to try for internals this time. Building looks too dangerous...and risk is my middle name!

Until next time...Andy.
 

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