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Thread: Glass Bulbs Limited, Glass Works

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    Join Date
    September 2005

    Default Glass Bulbs Limited, Glass Works

    Hazards: Big drops through open unguarded holes in floors, asbestos, broken glass, security guard.


    Recommended?: If you're into industrial stuff yes.

    We only accessed one building and there are about 6 on site some bigger than the one we went in which was big. It had three or four floors with enough equipment left behind to make it interesting.

    Security are on site and do patrol but didn't seem hard to avoid.

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    Join Date
    October 2005

    Default Re: Glass Bulbs Limited, Glass Works

    I've had my eyes on this for a few weeks as I drive past the place on the way to my girlfriends, I only suspected it was disused when I noticed no steam or smoke coming from it on a cold day recently.
    "Silence is always more profound where once there was noise and bustle."
    Rosemary Lauder
    Vanished Houses of South Devon

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