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    Default Bamber Bridge mill Preston 10/12


    External 1:


    External 2:




    Senser of some kind:




    Afternoon sun:


    Wet!:


    Long shot:


    Switch:


    Someone always leaves a seat in the loos:


    To keep you out! Locking would help!


    Dining room:


    Long shot 2:


    I needed this:


    Flakes:


    The roof:


    Lift machinery:


    Trashed!



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    Interesting looking site and some nice pics too... bit of history wouldn't go a miss though ;)
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    Typical stripped out Lancashire Mill. They have a certain charm all of their own though. Built square and even to enable maximum efficiency to the cotton producing industry of that era.

    No frills here :) But still delivers ;)

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    Pic 4 would be air filters?
    Do it safely, or not at all.

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    Pic 4 would be water traps. The purpose being to remove condensation from the compressed air lines so that the tools or machinery could be run with dry air.

    Nice pics, :)

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    Jeeze, that is one bigggggg place!!!
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    fantastic images, love the multicoliour peely paint shot :)
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    Very impressive looking place thanks for posting,

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    Fab pics, looks liike a great mooch :)
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    Thats big! great pics.

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