Abandoned fire station basement in Dudley rediscovered

Abandoned fire station basement in Dudley rediscovered
 

A former firefighters station that has been mysteriously shut away for half a century has been rediscovered.
Based in the former national works in Dudley, it housed the Co-operative Wholesale Society's company crew.
The station is believed to have been used until the 1960s before it was locked and left untouched for decades.
Matt Hornblower, operations director for Alan Nuttall Partnership, which owns the building, said the firm would see if it could restore items there.
The company is also looking to see if it can display some items at the Black Country Living Museum.
Mr Hornblower said... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 108
Source: BBC
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