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Robert Fletcher & Sons Ltd, Greenfield

A return to one of my favourate sites of last year (last years visit). The almost post-apocalyptic mill still sits defunct as the day the employees walked out never to return. In the last 12 months the buiding has started to decay and water ingress is apparent in many places …

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Midland Mills, Bradford

This part demolished grade II listed mill in the heart of Bradford was orginally built in 1871 and was home to British Mohair Suppliers (Mohair is a type of wool made from the hair of a goat) – it closed around 2001 and has since been part demolished to make …

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St Lawrence’s Hospital, Bodmin

This was my second visit to the original ‘Cornwall County Asylum’ – not much has changed since my first visit. The water ingress in the main hall was clearly becoming more of an issue. The future of the buildings still remain unknown but local residents continue to campaign to get …

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