Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17
Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17

Location: Sheffield

Bigger than it looks from the outside.

Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17
Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17

Location: Sheffield

Interesting find ended up being abandoned uni storage.

Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17
Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17

Location: Sheffield

 

Abandoned Depot or Garage // 01-05-17
Abandoned Depot or Garage // 01-05-17

Location: Sheffield

"Abandoned" 

Abandoned Depot or Garage (Panoramic) // 01-05-17
Abandoned Depot or Garage (Panoramic) // 01-05-17

Location: Sheffield

Panoramic Shot

Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17
Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17

Location: Rotherham

Guest and Chrimes is a substantial former brassworks in the centre of Rotherham, South Yorkshire. The Grade II listed buildings of the former iron and brass foundry sit on the edge of the town centre, between Rotherham United’s £20m New York Stadium and the council's new offices on Main Street.

The company itself was established by the Chrimes Brothers in 1843. Brothers Peter and Edward were credited with the invention and production of the high-pressure loose valve screw-down tap. The firm rapidly expanded into sluice valves, fire hydrants and water meters and John Guest joined the firm in 1847. Following a very large order from Spain, the company moved to the present site in 1857. 

Source: 28dayslater

Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17
Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17

Location: Rotherham

Classic.

Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17
Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17

Location: Rotherham

Empty Hallways. 

Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17
Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17

Location: Sheffield

Has been knocked down as of October 2017.

The company was founded by John Dyson who began mining clay and making bricks in the early 1800s. From the very beginning the business was a success. By 1838 the business was listed as “John Dyson and Son - Black clay miners and firebrick manufacturers, Griffs House, Stannington." Dyson's were later manufacturers of Refractory material, ceramics for the steel industry, they also produce fire backs and other household ceramic bricks for the likes of Aga's etc. Dyson'sl manufacturing process relied heavily on gas fired kilns. With increased in energy costs the plants was no longer economically viable, despite the very best efforts of the management and staff alike the site closed around 2005.

Source: 28dayslater

Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17
Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17

Location: Sheffield

Has been knocked down as of October 2017.

Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17
Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17

Location: Sheffield

Has been knocked down as of October 2017.

Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17
Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17

Location: Sheffield

Has been knocked down as of October 2017.

Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17
Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17

Location: Sheffield

Has been knocked down as of October 2017.

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops to get onto

William Stones started brewing at the premises in Acorn Street, Sheffield, where this brewery took up all the western side of the street. Sometime after 1860, he formed a partnership with Mr Watts and moved about half a mile down the road, taking over the Neepsend Brewery of Shephard, Green and Hatfield. This then became “Cannon Brewery.”

In the early 1940s Stones produced a new, light coloured bitter beer, it was named simply “Stones Bitter.”

The Cannon Brewery and it’s tied estate of 310+ pubs, which stretched throughout South Yorkshire and surrounding counties, was bought by Bass Charrington in 1968. Brewing continued ad by then “Stones Bitter” was also brewed at the Tower Brewery in Tadcaster. The Sheffield brewery continued until 1999 when it closed. The name lives on and the beer is brewed by Coors Brewers Ltd, the successors to Bass, at their Burton-on-Trent Brewery.

Source: 28dayslater

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives.

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives.

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives.

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives, unreal. 

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives.

Cannon Brewery (ROOFTOPVIEWS.) // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery (ROOFTOPVIEWS.) // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives.

THE VIEW.

Abandoned House? // 03-07-17
Abandoned House? // 03-07-17

Location: Pontefract

this was positioned very weirdly and actually have no idea how anyone discovered this. it was behind a farm that was like a 20 minute walk from a main road. 

possible cult headquarters.

Abandoned House? // 03-07-17
Abandoned House? // 03-07-17

Location: Pontefract

this was positioned very weirdly and actually have no idea how anyone discovered this. it was behind a farm that was like a 20 minute walk from a main road. 

on/off

Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18
Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18

there’s a funny story behind this but i can’t tell it for legal reasons.

Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18
Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18

there’s a funny story behind this but i can’t tell it for legal reasons.

Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18
Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18

there’s a funny story behind this but i can’t tell it for legal reasons.

Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18
Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18

there’s a funny story behind this but i can’t tell it for legal reasons.

Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18
Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18

there’s a funny story behind this but i can’t tell it for legal reasons.

Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17
Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17
Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17
Abandoned Depot or Garage // 01-05-17
Abandoned Depot or Garage (Panoramic) // 01-05-17
Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17
Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17
Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17
Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17
Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17
Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17
Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17
Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17
Cannon Brewery (ROOFTOPVIEWS.) // 03-06-17
Abandoned House? // 03-07-17
Abandoned House? // 03-07-17
Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18
Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18
Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18
Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18
Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18
Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17

Location: Sheffield

Bigger than it looks from the outside.

Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17

Location: Sheffield

Interesting find ended up being abandoned uni storage.

Abandoned Uni Storage Building // 01-05-17

Location: Sheffield

 

Abandoned Depot or Garage // 01-05-17

Location: Sheffield

"Abandoned" 

Abandoned Depot or Garage (Panoramic) // 01-05-17

Location: Sheffield

Panoramic Shot

Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17

Location: Rotherham

Guest and Chrimes is a substantial former brassworks in the centre of Rotherham, South Yorkshire. The Grade II listed buildings of the former iron and brass foundry sit on the edge of the town centre, between Rotherham United’s £20m New York Stadium and the council's new offices on Main Street.

The company itself was established by the Chrimes Brothers in 1843. Brothers Peter and Edward were credited with the invention and production of the high-pressure loose valve screw-down tap. The firm rapidly expanded into sluice valves, fire hydrants and water meters and John Guest joined the firm in 1847. Following a very large order from Spain, the company moved to the present site in 1857. 

Source: 28dayslater

Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17

Location: Rotherham

Classic.

Guest & Chrimes est. 1843 // 03-04-17

Location: Rotherham

Empty Hallways. 

Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17

Location: Sheffield

Has been knocked down as of October 2017.

The company was founded by John Dyson who began mining clay and making bricks in the early 1800s. From the very beginning the business was a success. By 1838 the business was listed as “John Dyson and Son - Black clay miners and firebrick manufacturers, Griffs House, Stannington." Dyson's were later manufacturers of Refractory material, ceramics for the steel industry, they also produce fire backs and other household ceramic bricks for the likes of Aga's etc. Dyson'sl manufacturing process relied heavily on gas fired kilns. With increased in energy costs the plants was no longer economically viable, despite the very best efforts of the management and staff alike the site closed around 2005.

Source: 28dayslater

Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17

Location: Sheffield

Has been knocked down as of October 2017.

Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17

Location: Sheffield

Has been knocked down as of October 2017.

Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17

Location: Sheffield

Has been knocked down as of October 2017.

Dyson Ceramics // 03-04-17

Location: Sheffield

Has been knocked down as of October 2017.

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops to get onto

William Stones started brewing at the premises in Acorn Street, Sheffield, where this brewery took up all the western side of the street. Sometime after 1860, he formed a partnership with Mr Watts and moved about half a mile down the road, taking over the Neepsend Brewery of Shephard, Green and Hatfield. This then became “Cannon Brewery.”

In the early 1940s Stones produced a new, light coloured bitter beer, it was named simply “Stones Bitter.”

The Cannon Brewery and it’s tied estate of 310+ pubs, which stretched throughout South Yorkshire and surrounding counties, was bought by Bass Charrington in 1968. Brewing continued ad by then “Stones Bitter” was also brewed at the Tower Brewery in Tadcaster. The Sheffield brewery continued until 1999 when it closed. The name lives on and the beer is brewed by Coors Brewers Ltd, the successors to Bass, at their Burton-on-Trent Brewery.

Source: 28dayslater

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives.

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives.

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives.

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives, unreal. 

Cannon Brewery // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives.

Cannon Brewery (ROOFTOPVIEWS.) // 03-06-17

Location: Sheffield 

One of my favourite abandoned buildings to look around because of how big it is and it's got multiple rooftops from different perspectives.

THE VIEW.

Abandoned House? // 03-07-17

Location: Pontefract

this was positioned very weirdly and actually have no idea how anyone discovered this. it was behind a farm that was like a 20 minute walk from a main road. 

possible cult headquarters.

Abandoned House? // 03-07-17

Location: Pontefract

this was positioned very weirdly and actually have no idea how anyone discovered this. it was behind a farm that was like a 20 minute walk from a main road. 

on/off

Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18

there’s a funny story behind this but i can’t tell it for legal reasons.

Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18

there’s a funny story behind this but i can’t tell it for legal reasons.

Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18

there’s a funny story behind this but i can’t tell it for legal reasons.

Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18

there’s a funny story behind this but i can’t tell it for legal reasons.

Sheffield Abandoned Park Hill Flats // 21-03-18

there’s a funny story behind this but i can’t tell it for legal reasons.

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