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    Default Gascoigne Wood Coal Preparation plant


    Site type: Coal Preparation Plant: Gascoigne Wood

    Hazards: Coal Dust, Sheer drops, Electricity, Moving trains.

    Status: Being Demolished

    Recommended? : Yes, It wont be around for too much longer

    Webpage:Abandoned-Britain,

    One of the largest industrial sites exploreable in the country at the moment, This place is on a different size and scale to many other industrial locations, The site was once the largest and most advanced coal preperation plant in the world.




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    Default Re: Gascoine Wood Coal Preperation plant


    wow, that place is amazing. Looks too new to be demolished.

    what was the security like?

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    Default Re: Gascoine Wood Coal Preperation plant


    They run 24 hours and use land rovers to patrol the outsides, I couldnt say what the status was regarding internal patrols. Be aware that the control rooms for the railway are in use and manned on a part time basis...

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