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Ex-Royal Mail/Parcel Force sorting depot with connection to Bristol's Temple Meads station.
Posted by Higgypop Admin last updated Tue 05 May 2009 at 13:48
Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom
Grid reference: ST600724
The site is derelict but usually kept fairly secure as it is an inner city building.
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