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UK Octel Bromine, Anglesey - April 2017

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This was our second attempt at this place after the first one did not work out due to a Sunday league football match going on right outside. Fast forward to April and we where back and access was gained. Really nice site with a lot to have a look at. The variation was interesting also with industrial, labs, offices, locker rooms, workshops and an awesome medical room. The decay in the med room is brilliant and was my main reason for wanting to see this place. We almost did not get to see it but, luckily we managed to find a way in to that building at the last minute. Visited with non member Paul.

 

Info on the site - http://www.octelamlwch.co.uk/

 

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Thanks For Looking :thumb

 

More pics on my Flickr page - https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/albums/72157682773340775/with/33967595542/

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On 02/07/2017 at 11:02 PM, Urbexbandoned said:

Some really nice bits here mate, I like those suits. nice one :thumb 

Thanks mate :) Yep, the suits where cool. Looks like a scene from the film Hostel :eek:

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Nice set. I especially like these suits, also the tubes in the seventh pic.

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