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Working on site removing equipment so thought it rude not to do a little report...In its hay-day the brewery had been very successful and was a well known beer but the forth generation son was more of a spender than a brewer so it was just a matter of time before this beautiful building ended up in the hands of the receivers....











And a real gem was to be found in this little out-building

This !!

Now thats pretty old so by now its got to be someones Mum


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