Buxton Lime Firms (UK)

Author sophos9 - Last updated: 18.05.2010

Not the most challenging piece of urbex this, park up in a layby on a main road, over a 5 bar gate and you’re there. Mind you there’s not much to see, but I spent a pleasant 30 minutes wandering round, and there is more to see if you’ve got more time and some hiking gear!

Plenty of history on the company on the web, but not much about this particular site, so on with the pics.

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#1KimmyJS19June 26, 2012, 2:36 pm

Great Pics, this is close to the Monsal Trail, a great area. Buxton has some great urbex spots, you should check out Axe Edge/Harpur Hill HSE site (ex MOD) ;)

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