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Thread: Paxo factory, Wythenshawe, Manchester

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    Doing some contract work there I was able to get in just before demolition took place, hope you like them.





















    Here's after demolition






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    Just al little Heads Up Timperley, not such a good idea to put Dates on youshots, they are not allowed. Good shots Mind!:)
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    Cheater! Only joking, nice shots.
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    hey just seen the pics very good they are. in one photo im sure i could see a railway track im sure in the past a man ithink he was called kevin something he got stuck to the fence when a steam trian passed yes thats right he was glued to the fence with pram- fat

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    not any old pram-fat !!! M&S pram-fat

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    Th eplace looks so big empty but when it was working it mst likly looked a lot smaller.
    Nice report :)
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