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Thread: John Bull Rubber Co, Evington Valley Mills, Leicester

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    I worked on some stripping out at this place many years ago. We slid a rather large safe down that lovely staircase... :(


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie87 View Post




    I must have missed this one :( That looks a reet good explore does that ;)

    I simply adore the beautiful wooden paneling :)

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    Looks a big place to explore, I'm back in Leicester now if you ever fancy a mission.

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    Being a local lad I think I need to pay this site a visit great place

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