The chemical storage area of the utterly photogenic British Cellophane plant.
That began in the 18th century and ended with investment from a Dragon. Surviving machines in the Spinning Block, Tonedale Mill, Wellington.
The CS2 recovery plant at British Cellophane.
A highlight of the British Cellophane site.
Trapped under Corsham. Huge anti-gas flaps protect the main airway into Spring Quarry.
The staircase is the highlight of the photogenic creamery at Torrington. Title inspired by graffiti inside the building. More from the Art Factory…
The brilliant medical centre at the former British Cellophane plant, Bridgwater, now demolished.
A circuitous access route to the plant on a cold January morning resulted in an unusual view of the site, and the demolition team getting ready for a day’s work below. A long day of “proximity exploring” followed. More from … Continue reading