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Mikeymutt

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An old small grade 2 listed bottle kiln on the deal ground in Norwich. The deal ground belonged to Colman's and and they built crates and barrels from deal wood from abroad. It was built on this site and then there was a tunnel under the railway which linked it to the main Colman's factory. A nice little wander me and my mate had one Sunday morning earlier in the spring.

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KPUrban_

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An old small grade 2 listed bottle kiln on the deal ground in Norwich. The deal ground belonged to Colman's and and they built crates and barrels from deal wood from abroad. It was built on this site and then there was a tunnel under the railway which linked it to the main Colman's factory. A nice little wander me and my mate had one Sunday morning earlier in the spring.

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Looks like something from the Hobbit.
 

westernsultan

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The former Electric Railway Museum in Coventry in 2010
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The Electric Railway Museum (formerly the Coventry Railway Centre) was located in Warwickshire, south-east of Coventry, near the village of Baginton. The heritage railway centre was immediately adjacent to Coventry Airport and so it was also known as "The Airfield Line". The site was managed by the Electric Railway Museum Limited, and was home to a sizeable collection of preserved electric multiple units (EMUs), which was the most diverse and historically significant collection of EMUs in the UK, containing unique items that are the last survivors of once typical and numerous classes. In addition, there were small industrial electric locomotives, two small industrial diesel locomotives, and one small industrial petrol locomotive, along with some other railway vehicles, which are owned by third parties. The land was leased from Coventry City Council, though it is located just outside the city boundary and is in the county of Warwickshire.

On 9 July 2017, it was announced that, owing to the site being sold for development, the museum would close on 8 October 2017 (the last open day of the year). The site was cleared by the end of July 2018 and all railway items and heritage buildings found new homes.
 

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