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    Default Knackered factory Bury. Jun 2012


    I have no idea what this factory did , what it was called or a darned thing
    about it to be honest.



    It is well and truly fubar'd but as you will know, dear readers, I quite like
    my sites fooked with almost no limit to the amount a place can be fooked
    and I'll still get something out of the place. It is also, druggie central with only St. Cyprians in Liverpool and an old
    nurses quarters building in cheadle matching it for amount of needles
    at a site I have visited.

    I had company ...twice over. First time I had not been on
    site long when I heard at least three separate voices from below ... great I thought.
    I contemplated.. should I just carry on, should I GTFO to be on safe side.

    I decided on a half way house and started collapsing my tripod and started heading
    vaguely to my entry point ready to leave. I didn't rush and thought I'd see if they came
    within sight in which case I would have left .. I saw nothing so waited a little
    while longer before deciding "fuck it" and went to the furthest away part of
    the site and carried on. i did not see or hear them again.

    Then a while later a guy wandered in and started to walk straight towards
    me but on seeing me stopped dead in his tracks - I looked at him for around
    a second or two and then just ignored him and carried on...he turned and left.

    I was very lucky with the day - was a lovely day with a lovely quality of light.
    Enough waffle and on with the graphical representations.
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    I really rather like this place :)

    Thanks for looking
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    nice pics dude ,,,thats a big open space and very much used by the needle brigade ,,,,,,shame

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    Love the look of this place, great write up & photos :)

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    Excellent pics there mate, looks a nice 'splore ;)

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    I actually rather liked this
    some nice pictures you got there of the place aswel! good job!!!

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    The title is very apt. Very little there but the pictures are uber sharp. I like this wide shot.



    Interesting and contrary to popular belief you really can polish a turd.
    I HAVE THE POWER !

    Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by TranKmasT View Post
    The title is very apt. Very little there but the pictures are uber sharp. I like this wide shot.



    Interesting and contrary to popular belief you really can polish a turd.
    I Think I'm making a career of it :)
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    thanks for the nice comments folks :)
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    Amazing that the clock is still on the wall,thanks for sharing.

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    Some awesome photos there mate, shame about the needles scattered about the place. Not a big fan of graffiti usually, but some of that stuff is pretty damn good!

    Thanks for the share! :D

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