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Default Stubbs Textile Machinery, Manchester 10/13 - 05-10-2013, 16:41

Not much information on this building, it has changed hands and been seperate industrial units over time. Most likely sweat shops!
But originally it was owned by Joseph Stubbs who manufactured machinery to compliment the textile industry and later in the 1920's - outboard motors for small boats.
It's a mess with dodgy floors, hidden stairways to nowhere, no intact windows and pigeon poo. But we still had a good time in there, me and Sasquatci!

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Default 07-10-2013, 13:28

Wilding Mill, Ancoats. Visited by me and R1 way back in 2009!

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