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  1. Part of the 'Scotland weekend tour' Explored with : Scattergun Sickbag, Jonathan Tattersall, Peterc4, PROJ3CTM4YH3M, Laura StarUe Light & Mr Distopia Last stop on the Scottish express was this behemoth of a factory. The place is literally falling to pieces, along with being destroyed by the local 'thugz' Saying that, I still found it to be a great, relaxed explore, and a perfect way to finish the weekend. Expertly guided around the place by Sickbag Scattergun, who was one of many new faces met on this trip, all great guys + girl This place definitely left it's mark on me......a ruddy great gash to the leg, along with claiming another 2 casualties. Ahhh the joys of UE Gray, Dunn & Co the bakers and biscuit manufacturers was founded in 1853 and received a Royal Warrant from Queen Victoria. The firm's factory was built in Stanley Street in Kinning Park in 1862 but destroyed by fire thirteen years later and had to be rebuilt. In addition to biscuits, Gray, Dunn & Co baked cakes and bread at Kinning Park. The firm was acquired by Bilsland Brothers in 1912. Today, Gray, Dunn & Co's colourful biscuit tins are collectors items. Well enough chat, on with the pics, hope you like, and be kind as this is my first post on here
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