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  1. Well this was actually the backup plan, after our failed revisit to Lancaster Moor. I had seen previous reports and thought it looked a nice little place, so off we went! Explored with TeeJF and Zero81, great company The History on this place is a little hard to come by, but a large part of the site was designed by W A Deighton in 1901. Deighton was a well-known brewery architect who was also responsible for the Grade II-listed Cook Street Brewery in Salford. Mitchell's were established in 1865. Mitchell's of Lancaster is a well established family owned pub and hotel company, operating seven individual, quality hotels and 55 traditional inns in North Lancashire and Cumbria. Established for over 140 years, the company was founded by William Mitchell and is now run by the founder's great-great-grandchildren. The story goes that a chance meeting with a friend provided the money William needed to build his own brewery. Once the brewery was built, William went on to build a number of large hotels and inns, strategically sited within the Lancaster and Morecambe area. The company no longer brews its own beer, but maintains the family traditions of running good quality establishments offering an excellent range of cask ales, fine wines and home-cooked food in comfortable surroundings. Well on with the show Well thanks for looking, and I hope you enjoyed
  2. done this site 3 or 4 times as of recent, its not a bad explore in the centre of lancaster, done with various different people over the last month or so. not go an external as the place was covered in scaffolding. designed by W A Deighton in 1901, Mitchell's of Lancaster is a well established family owned pub and hotel company. Established for over 140 years, the company was founded by William Mitchell and is now run by the founder's great-great-grandchildren. The story goes that a chance meeting with a friend provided the money William needed to build his own brewery. Once the brewery was built, William went on to build a number of large hotels and inns, strategically sited within the Lancaster and Morecambe area. The company no longer brews its own beer. brewing tanks abandoned brewing tank? this one was through a doorway behind a new tank, but it was a squeeze to get in there img]http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8099/8554905029_c2d380d15a_z.jpg a record playing ghetto blaster!! yep it played LP's and weighed a ton lancaster castle at night from the roof lancaster at night
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