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Lead or Rumour info - Wigford Yard - Lincoln

Discussion in 'Leads, Rumours and News...' started by Harb, Jan 18, 2014.

  1. Harb

    Harb 28DL Full Member
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    Jan 11, 2014
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    I had a little peek round this little building Next the Brayford in Lincoln earlier today called Wigford Yard. I could only get access to the building on the east side, looks like there's some old workshop tools stored in there.
    I couldn't find any access to the west building or stay around too long - there's a camera on that side attached to a university building and Lincoln had around 360 police men roaming the streets today due to an EDL and a counter march.

    Anyway on to the location... Copy the coordinates 53.226876, -0.543614 into Google maps if you fancy a look.

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  2. smoke

    smoke 28DL Member
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    Aug 7, 2013
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    Not only me that's had a nosey then. It used to be an old pea factory by all accounts, I couldn't find anyway to get to top floors either, had my mate standing watch outside with the bikes but it was being used as a building yard when I braved it, lots of pigeon poop and a few old wooden work benches was all I saw in there, but it was dark and my torch was dying. there's a couple other places along high st. one was an old anglian water building. You can't miss it. If you don't mind climbing you can get to the top floor because both sets of stairs have been removed, not sure why but at some point I know it was converted into flats, but it's been empty now for as long as I remember.
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