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Report - Update on T G Greens Pottery - Derbyshire Mar '21


vw_golf_nutter

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Im sure you all know the history, built 1871 and closed in 2005, this place has been popping up on here for the past 15 years or so. I didnt expect much as a lot of the more recent reports say this place has fallen down and is very dangerous.... I still found loads of interesting things and i rather like the really badly decayed places anyway...
Here are some pics so you can see the current conditions there...

The yard has become a dumping ground and storage of building materials..

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This cornishware in the basement was never fired, its all squishy!

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Thanks for looking!
 

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Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
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Still some great bits to shoot there. Surprised there is any pottery still in one piece, but definitely an urbex favourite :thumb
 

Goerdie77

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Im sure you all know the history, built 1871 and closed in 2005, this place has been popping up on here for the past 15 years or so. I didnt expect much as a lot of the more recent reports say this place has fallen down and is very dangerous.... I still found loads of interesting things and i rather like the really badly decayed places anyway...
Here are some pics so you can see the current conditions there...

The yard has become a dumping ground and storage of building materials..

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This cornishware in the basement was never fired, its all squishy!

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Thanks for looking!
it's a shame it's all decaying now
 

vw_golf_nutter

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28DL Full Member
It is and it isn't, I prefer it when its been decaying a while, so much beauty in seeing nature reclaiming buildings
 

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