The Saw Mill

In its later life this was undoubtedly a timber merchants and manufacturer of fencing and sheds , but going by the chimney and what seem to be kilns I believe it may have also been a brick/tile works at some point.

Some of the roofs are extremely sketchy, held up by a couple of planks – if you do find your way here, just be careful what you bump into.

The main attraction is, of course, the vehicles – I can’t understand how anybody can leave these to rot away instead of allowing someone to restore them to their former glory…but I’m glad they do!

A blue tractor

Lathe

1949 Bedford MLC

1956 Sunbeam 90 Supreme MK III – apparently only 2250 of these were ever made

Ford Thames van from the mid-1950’s

Tricycle, unknown vintage

Volvo 460 holding up the chimney

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