Report - Langley Maltings - April 2017

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Urbex Photographer
28DL Full Member
Mar 2, 2017
West Midlands
The other day me and a friend went down to the old abandoned Maltings in Langley Green. The whole time we were inside was recorded; you can find it here.

Langley Maltings was one of the last maltings to use a technique using gravity to malt the alcohol. The grade II victorian building was struck by arsons in 2012 and was abandoned at the grand age of almost 140 years old. This is what the inside is like... (for a better insight to the structure please view the video linked above as it covers every accessible part of the building)


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