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Report (Permission Visit) Laverstoke Mill 13th August


28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Having read the report from 4 years ago http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/forums/showthread.php/55822-Laverstoke-Mill-Hampshire-December-2010, just happened to call in to the site to have a look (for work of course!) so took a few piccies.
Part of the mill has been taken over by Bombay Sapphire as a distillery and the rest is being developed as a visitor centre and shopping outlet with former F1 driver Jody Scheckter opening a restaurant and farm shop.

Looking over the river towards the entrance. Old tin sheds gone. 'Clock building' (don't know what number it is) on RHS


Back of buildings 4, 21, 22, 27 as they were


...and as they are now


4, 21, 22 from over the river


Sluice on 'clock building'


Gate to turbine in 'clock building' being fettled up


And as they used to look...


Between 4 & 21


Inside 21, remains of flour(?) chutes


Inside 21 first floor


Inside 22 first floor


Outside 4 looking towards distillery and plant room


Entrance from main road


Not looking too bad, at least they haven't just smacked it down and turned it into flats :)


28DL Regular User
Regular User
Yeah, nice when contractors keep the old sites, much prefure older architecture to "modern" architecture, it makes sense only to the person building it and looks ugly to everyone else. (IMO)

Nice one! Thanks for sharing.

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