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  1. The Explore So this was a good few months back now and after seeing the newspaper articles of one side of the building totally collapsing I'm glad I got in to see it but does open your eyes to how dangerous these buildings can be without us knowing.. The first few floors have you thinking its just another empty building but then you walk into the old office rooms!!!!! The History The Excelsior Printing and Bookbinding Works was originally opened on the Monday 4th July 1870 and the owner at the time was Mr John Heywood. At the time when it was opened this place could take on upto 750 employees and was one of the largest of it kind. Clare Tooling Systems occupied the building around the late 80's early 90's. Here are a few pics from the news articles of what it looked like after the collapse
  2. This was a Sunday early morning visit with a non member and was a really nice place to go round. Sadly now part of the main bit has collapsed back in July - http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/greater-manchester-news/castlefield-building-collapse-hulme-hall-9738136 History - The Excelsior Printing and Bookbinding Works was originally opened on the Monday 4th July 1870 and the owner at the time was Mr John Heywood. At the time when it was opened this place could take on upto 750 employees and was one of the largest of it kind. Clare Tooling Systems occupied the building around the late 80's early 90's.

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