On my way home from my “foto safari” in Wrexham I made a little detour via the Wrexham Industrial Estate. I had read online about some ruins of the WWII munitions factory and wanted to have a look for myself.
The Wrexham Industrial Estate had its origins as a Royal Ordnance Factory (ROF) during World War II and employed up to 13,000 workers at the time. The factory made cordite, an explosive propellent for shells. After the war, the need for cordite ceased, and in 1945 the production facilities closed. (via wikipedia)
It is a bit eerie and unfortunately I was running short on time and battery and not quite prepared for all the mud and puddles but here’s a first glimpse. I thought they work better in black and white.
I will have to come back another day, probably after a dry spell, and have a closer look around. There seems to be much more to discover.