Report - Imperial Press, Birmingham July 2010

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I should have danced all night
28DL Full Member
Jul 16, 2006
Visited with Fur:Q, Dweeb and Raddog.

Our plan for the day was to drive around bits of Brum and chasing up old leads and to try and spot some off-the-cuff old open doors and dilapidated works. We weren't driving for long before we spotted this little gem. Imperial Press is only a tiny little place and it's very small but like all the smaller industries in Birmingham, the history lies under the floorboards-a fact learnt from the ever knowledgable Dweebius Maximus.

We were only in here about half an hour but it was good for a mooch and rummage amongst the dusty and crumbling walls on our day of Midlands adventure.

Afterwards we went to Big John''s becoming a bit of a regular thing which is not bad at all :)

Here's the photos!














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