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UK TradeTeam Beer Warehouse, Glos - July 2018

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Back in July en-route to the 28DL Bristol meet, Mookster and myself explored this disused D H L TradeTeam beer storage warehouse in Gloucestershire.

 

The day was a mixture of fails and successes and while this one looked pretty solidly sealed from the outside, at the back there has clearly been people living inside/exiting and entering the building.  There was an alarm sounding within the building; not sure how long it had been going on for; but it was pretty boring and plain, so we did some handheld photos and left.

 

There is little info on it; but it belonged to Interbrew before the last company and has been closed since 2017.

 

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Not seen this one before. Still in pretty good nick so I wouldn't be surprised if someone makes use of it

 

22 hours ago, Urbexbandoned said:

Bit of a mass of empty space, what are they doing with it?  

landie, pic 4 isn't showing my end, can you check its showing yours? 

 

There was a missing bracket at the start of the flickr link, I've fixed it now :thumb

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