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Report - Fole Dairy, Staffordshire - August 2017

thedevelopingphotographer

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
Date Of Explore
August 2017

Fole dairy occupied the site of Fole Mill, originally built in 1771 for Henry Copestake. The Dairy opened in the 1920s and was originally owned by Co-operative Wholesale Society (C.W.S.) Milk Group, and produced milk and cream. In 1995 management passed to Associated Co-operative Creameries, and finally in 2006 to Dairy Farmers of Britain (D.F.B.). At the time the Dairy closed on 31 March 2009 it employed 246 people.

This is an huge site, I think around 5 acres total. We spent a few hours inside but we started to lose light so decided to leave. It is fairly untouched as far as graffiti and vandalism goes, I don't recall seeing much. We did however find 2x empty cans of Carlsberg and packet of tea cakes lol

I have only shared a few pictures as I took so many, feel free to check my Flickr or Facebook for more though. "The Developing Photographer"

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Thanks For Looking
 

thedevelopingphotographer

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#3
Stop trying to be Eerie, just photograph the place.
Trying to be eerie? I haven’t moved anything to get better photos, that is exactly how things were.
I apologise that I’d rather have some decent looking photographs instead of walking around willy nilly taking photos that have no merit.
There are photos of the empty rooms, of the building outside and of some of the debris outside. If you want more than that, then please feel free to either check out the other reports of this place or go yourself and get your own photographs which please you.
 

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