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Report - Healing's Mill, Tewksbury - May 2014


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Tewksbury Mill (Healing's Mill to locals), Tewksbury, Midlands


L'histoire pour vous:

Healing's Mill is an imposing Victorian steam-powered mill on the banks of the River Avon. This river once brought barges loaded with corn here from the docks at Avonmouth. Most of the original barges, which were named after local villages, have been sold, but other larger barges were used as recently as the 1990s to bring European wheat from the coast at Sharpness. The mill was built for Samuel Healing in 1865 by W H James, but the massive South wing was added in 1889.
A few messages between some mates found us heading up the M5 to Tewksbury for the afternoon, on a pleasant sunny day.

Access was pretty damn straightforward, and we even took it upon ourselves to train up Tewksbury's next generation of explorers, who followed us in. I mean, what better do do around there on a boring Sunday afternoon?

It was good to smell the sweet sweet smell of a half decent derp once more :D


Me being me, decided we should head straight for the roof to start with; I mean who doesn't like being on the roof, regardless of the building?





Who dares wins I suppose?


Entrance to the rear, which is still in use...


Moving inside...








Cheers for taking a gander. :)



28DL Regular User
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Very much liking that great pics too only what i would expect from you. Is much of it live then.


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Superb pictures guys, thought they'd started work on this one.

Very much liking that great pics too only what i would expect from you. Is much of it live then.
Nah it's all derelict, when we first went we thought it was live but it was only gypos stealing the roof :rolleyes:

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