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Saturday, 5 May 2012

New Dock Fish Curers, Fleetwood, Fleetwood

A quick trip to the seaside, a very quick diversion to do a bit of urbex.....

A closed factory, totally trashed with wonderful fly tipping including used tyres and loads of very poor graffiti - up side the stairs and corridors had a spooky character.

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An easy in, with parking outside

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Nice spooky corridors

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A wall of words, someone has issues....

 Someone has issues


**Updated 17th June 2012 **

This report was originally called Albatross and Tusk, Fleetwood - but I changed it to New Dock, however it would seem the internet has adopted this fake name of it being known as Albatross and Tusk as fact.

Someone just didn't get the joke.

When I posted my tongue in cheek report on Ukurbex with a fake hint of history on the place I didn't expect anyone to take it remotely seriously, however

 The only thing I found of interest was someone said it had a connection with a lost experimental album by Fleetwood Mac; I very much doubt this as the only time this is quoted is in that 1 report. Mick Fleetwood was born in Redruth, Cornwall and Peter Green was born in Bethnal Green, London. The bands name came from Peter Green combining the surnames of two of his former bandmates (Fleetwood, McVie) John McVie came from Ealing, which is also London. (I did try and find a link)

Which is a little sad, I wonder if that's how history was written ?


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