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  1. Some old stuff from 2010 - a pressing plant somewhere in Germany 1 2 3 4 5 6 A few more here: www.industriesafari.de
  2. I really enjoyed this explore wandering around this wonderful example of 60`s Social Housing,and it even won an award according to the history. All demolished as of the end of 2012.. And that was the late Billy Banks
  3. To some,this will be quite bland as an explore,but for me,my job involves working in and around social housing schemes,and when I heard about Billy Banks,I had to see it. This estate was an award winning project in the early 60`s,but in the late 80`s began to decline,and by 2002,most of the residents left leaving a few private owners to fight a compulsory purchase battle with the council.The last resident moved out in November 2011.We visited March 3rd 2012 and the following weeks,the estate was ring fenced and by July was demolished. I think you get the picture ok..the setting actually isnt bad at all..this estate sits atop a hill overlooking Cardiff Bay,so I would imagine the new developers will charge top whack for any new builds having this view. Thanks for looking.