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Report - Dairy Creamery - Ayrshire - February 2016

Echoes

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Had a short visit around this old creamery in Ayrshire.

The oldest part of the building dates from 1890s with the rest added in early 1900s

Originally a creamery / margarine factory.
Factory was sold in mid 1920's (' to Jurgens, later part of Unilever), but margarine production continued until after last war. Subsequently a spectacles factory until about 1987.

Due to its rural location there is little vandalism or graffiti. Although there has been activity with internal structures being cleared and small rooms bricked up.

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BOILER HOUSE
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1 Of many lovely tiled arches
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out the windows to the right is an occupied house!
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From 1995
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Top level - probably not safe to walk on
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