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Report - The Defence Medical Equipment Depot (DMED) – August 2014

Landie_Man

"Landie" or Harry
Regular User
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A bit of a derp here, explored this one quite sometime ago with Mookster. Totally trashed but some beautiful light in here.

The Defence Medical Equipment Depot (DMED) in Ludgershall, Wiltshire was a part of the DLO (Defence Logistics Organisation). The Building provided medical equipment and supplies to the armed forces both here and abroad.

It has laid empty since 2005; There is very little in the way of Planning Applications or developers sites with it on so for the near future at least it looks like nothing will be done with it.

It consists of a very large factory-type area and a few more regular military buildings including a mess hall built in 1939.

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Oxygen Thief

Admin
Staff member
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Cheers for posting this. I did this a couple of times about 6 years ago when when I lived about two miles away. It still had security and windows but there still wasn't much to see. I'm surprised it wasn't developed one way or another.