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Report - Burmah Castrol, Ellesmere Port, Oct17



albino-jay

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#1
Thoroughly enjoyed it here. Although it clearly has been 'touched' it just feels like it hasn't with it being so overgrown and out of the way. Big office block, a few outbuildings consisting of a canteen, what look like some sort of labs? a couple of workshops? I'll let the pics do the talking.

History

Quite a bit of history on the company can be found here (far far far too much for me to pick bits from)

http://www.fundinguniverse.com/company-histories/burmah-castrol-plc-history/

Cant find anything out about this site but from what I can find it says Burmah was defunct in 2000 being bought out but BP Ameco. The latest papers I could find here were from 1998.


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urbanchemist

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Regular User
#6
Very nice indeed - I lined up those four lovelies for a photoshoot, then decided there were more interesting things to look at....don't think I even saw the room with the red radiators and pendant lights. Plenty to go round in this site!