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Report - Imerys minerals plympton (updated photos)


R.13

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so here i share my visit to a china clay plant in plympton all these photos are from various dates because ive been there about 50 times probably. a little history on site- the site opened in the 1900's and it closed in 2008 due to it not being needed it was planned it reopen at some date until people vandalised it shortly after it closed a 17 year old fell through the roof of a clay shed and was in criticle condition i dont know weather he survived or not. the site was very accessible until 2016-2018 24/7 security were brought onto site (coast 2 coast security) from most of the time they were on site they would rarely patrol the site and would only chase you if they saw you only recently there as been a massive crackdown in security as there jobs were most likely on the line if they didnt take it seriously which what has happened recently as i was walking round the site taking a few photos and i suddenly got chased by a response vehicle who tried to run me over on purpose they also have dog units now and cameras in the forest, anyway on to the photos
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Seffy

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Don't think you've added the photos? Do you know the process of adding them? Just shout if not
 

Kolus94

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Interesting photos, fantastic place to explore. The irony is, I’m a member of the security team here. Lol
Not much left of the site now.
 

The Lone Ranger

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Interesting photos, fantastic place to explore. The irony is, I’m a member of the security team here. Lol
Not much left of the site now.
No irony, a fair few security people on here, either they also have an unhealthy interest in derelict buildings, or try to be clever and see who's accessing the site. No hassle either way.
 

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