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Report - William Stones Cannon Brewery 12-2010

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William Stones Cannon Brewery Neepsend Sheffield visited with Oldskool.As with a lot of people this has been on the hit list for some time but due to tight security it made this near impossible but now there gone it's made a safe passage to the brewery, despite its size there is a lack of original features. it's well and truly gutted but despite this i found it a very enjoyable explore and a great place to shoot i only wish i had the chance to see it a few years ago. i wont give it long now that it seems less secure that vandals will ruin what's left.
William Stone began brewing in 1860 in Acorn St he then formed a partnership with a Mr Watts moving to the Neepsend Brewery this became the famed Cannon Brewery. in the 1940's stones produced a new light bitter beer simply called stones. the brewery finally closed in 1999..
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