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Report - George Cocks Dyeworks, Huddersfield- December 2010

Nostrildarmus

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
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THIS IS A REPOST OF MMY ORIGINAL, AS THE PHOTOS WERE FAIRLY MESSED UP

So, after alot of umming and arring about a location to go to, me and my frien, Karla-chan decided to visit the Gannex mill in Elland, West Yorkshire, but by the time we got there, it was in the middle of being demolished.
So anyways, after a quic trip back to base, we found this place.

Name: George Cocks Dyeworks
Location: Linthwaite, Huddersfield
Status: Abandoned/Derrelict

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I suggest you wear steel soled or heavy duty workboots, as there are large rubber mats full of ruste nails that it is more than likely that you'll put your foot through. Also, lots of dead pidgeons and some sort of insulation has fallen from the ceilings, so I suggest dustmasks.
Also, Careful when you find a set of wooden steps, as they are badly rotten through an you will fall through them, so tread lightly. Other than that, the building is more or less safe.
Other than that, your usual gear.

This is my second attempt, so I hope this one is more what you guys want than the last one.
 

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