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Thread: George Barnsley & Sons, Sheffield - Nov 2011

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    Default George Barnsley & Sons, Sheffield - Nov 2011


    I'm sure it's a site you're all familiar with, but George Barnleys is still a nice mooch, with or without the typewriters :(

    They were a manufacturer of tools used for leather working and other shoe-related uses, and are a well-known name around Sheffield even since the site closure and merger with another company in 1990.










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    Stunning photos! Love number 5
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    We were talking about this site just this weekend!
    Amazing photos! What camera / lens are you using? Looks a great splore too, lots of nice details.
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    These are all taken on a Nikon D3000 and nifty 50 :)

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    Crisp shots there bud :)

    GB's has to be one of my fave explores ever.

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    Lovely - Old British industry well captured.
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