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Thread: Pipe Factory, Hertfordshire, July 2018

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    Default Pipe Factory, Hertfordshire, July 2018

    Often, when traveling by train we notice this factory tucked away in the bush lines. We decided to have a visit, curious of what may lay inside.

    The site is located on an abandoned business estate, presumably the landowner lost the site and the business had to move. The other buildings have no interest or are inaccessible. For a small building it was a rather pleasant explore, the building was rather photogenic. Lights hanging from the ceiling and the slowly decaying wooden floors gave it a character. The two massive cranes were also a bonus.

    DOUBLE_VISION_Ghost by KPUrbex ., Flickr

    Ignore the loss of focus, due to rain on the lens.

    KPUrbex: YouTube, Instagram
    Last edited by KPUrban_; 30th Jul 18 at 15:15.

  2. Thanks given by: ajarb, etc100, Hugh Jorgan, krela, Mearing, Romford Reject

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