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Thread: Sleaford Maltings, Lincoln, September '09

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    The opposite end :D

    A return visit will be in order :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_bones View Post
    The opposite end :D

    A return visit will be in order :)
    Haha, it's good from both ends, we didn't go in each building, but I can imagine that the malthouses will all be similar, did the ones you go to have the conveyors in the roof?

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    They had tracks for conveyors ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_bones View Post
    They had tracks for conveyors ;)
    Ah, you know where they are now then anyway :)
    I don't know which other buildings have them, it could be just the far end one nearest the gate.

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    I quite enjoyed it here, its a bit bare but still quite photogenic as mr_bones has achieved here. Good stuff :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by thompski View Post
    I quite enjoyed it here, its a bit bare but still quite photogenic as mr_bones has achieved here. Good stuff :)
    Those reflections we found in the first malthouse alone were worth the trip from Derby, the explore was a bonus :D
    I really liked this one. It's proper "old industry" that hasn't been damaged by chavs, which is odd considering it's location.

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    Some cracking shots there dude, really gotta get my ass to that place soon!!
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