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Abandoned gunsmith's shop, Birmingham.

Article about: More breaking and entering than archaeology but something of a time capsule! Abandoned Gun Factory Birmingham,England.

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    Those are definitely skeleton No.4s. Deacted well before they were chopped and cut away. Sad pictures. Many of us would like to have one hanging on the wall. Thanks for sharing

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    wow.amazing

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    I'd certainly like one! Not many clues on where to look though. Brum's a big place.

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    Shame to see all that history rotting away. Most of it still looks in very usable condition.

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    That lot is in pretty bad shape. Metal just doesn't respond so well to the elements. Cool Post though! Im sure there are some what not's in there that are awesome

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    A pickers cornucopia, Would be fun picking through the bits and pieces.

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    I can't help but imagine that the rifles are K98's, and that there is a photo of Hitler on the wall instead. There has to be at least one place like this in Germany, right?

    I could never be allowed to enter a place like that. I guarantee I would leave with as many things as my arms could carry.

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    Quote by ObKrieger View Post
    I would leave with as many things as my arms could carry.
    I would take as many arms as my arms could carry

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    These pictures are a few years old now, I think it was 2010 when it was discovered, and promptly cleared by the police.
    The Gunsmith was called Alfred J Parker Ltd.

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    Quote by radidas View Post
    These pictures are a few years old now, I think it was 2010 when it was discovered, and promptly cleared by the police.
    The Gunsmith was called Alfred J Parker Ltd.
    Nightmare.... I bet the wood was burned and the steel melted.

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