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    Post Derelict Peterborough Factory!


    History!



    I can't find anything on this place at all! Not even seen a report on the place. Mabey some of you guys could help me out?

    The Explore & Trip!

    First time me going on a train solo! Took it from Huntingdon to Peterborough.



    After arriving at Peterborough station we had to walk through the city centre untill we reached our destination. The site has been trashed by fly tippers and is hard to even walk into the open building. The building is mostly warehouse but there are some offices aswell! Enjoy! ;)



    The main warehouse



    As you have probally noticed the place is covered in colourful graffiti!



    Heres the office areas



    As you may also know the building has been arsoned!



    Toilets





    Very Industrial



    Asbestos City







    The warehouse again!





    Thanks for looking :)

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    A nice find ExplorerX, and some great pictures too :)

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    Nice spot, well and truly trashed!
    Any ideas as to what it could have been used for?

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    This site really is having Run of bad luck, worth your journey though, I'ved used public transport to get to a mooch many times, a bonus is I often spot interesting places along the way and with Google I can find out what they are and whether they're worth a nose.
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    True! When I was on the way there in the train I came across an abandoned wood factory on the outskirts of Peterborough!

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    Because of its sise probally car maintenance!?

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    Thanks a lot! Very colourful place.

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    Nice one, theres some lovely light in there! :)
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    Thanks! There is quite a lot
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    That's pretty far gone...fascinating all the same. Thanks for sharing.

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