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Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Bankside Mill, Manchester - June 2013

A mooch with Jdub, who found this place as he went twitching one fine day or whatever he does with that rather large lens of his.

Can't find much on this place history wise, a rather ugly metal clad stone mill, previously occupied by a sewing thread manufacturer now awaiting demolition for housing.

On with the pics, for what they are worth.

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 Deceptively large open space of nothingness, with odd bits of memories of happier times scattered around the place. The metal fairies had been in,  but as empty buildings awaiting demolition go it wasn't in bad condition to be honest.

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We killed a hour, it had nothing of interest for me and sadly my snaps sadly reflect my lack of enthusiasm for the place, but it was on the doorstep.


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