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Thread: Water Filter Works. Bradfield Nr Sheffield.June 08

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    Default Water Filter Works. Bradfield Nr Sheffield.June 08


    This was a nice way to pass an hour,great building but it has been stripped bare.Its been there since the 30s.I asked a local type what was going to happen to it but he had no idea.Some fantastic graffiti on the walls too ! many thanks to converse1 for inspiration,cheers mate.

























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    Really nice set of pics matey :)

    In particular, I like the shot with those glass blocks

    Cheers,

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    Lovely set of pics, you have really used the excellent light to the best advantage.
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    When I saw the outside pic I thought it looked interesting but I would never have guessed at how it looks on the inside...fantastic stuff! The graf and the colours everywhere are totally delightful. Cracking photos, VB. Absolutely love the third one. :)
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    Thanks for the replies,the third pic is my favourite too Foxylady :)
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    thanks for the heads up vanburen, just been there myself :)
    pretty crusty place, totally gutted, and they seem to have even taken the floors with them :D
    in the blue room there is a little hole in the floor that seems to go down a few feet, didnt see any hatches or anything like that round tho, hmm
    as there is so little there i seems to have some very similar pics to you so i wont post em just yet
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    Excellent find, I love it. Love all the pillars in the main room, and like the glass panels in the ceiling in the corridor, and really like the graf art.

    Very nice find,

    Cheers,

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    Amazing pictures there. Love the graffiti.
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