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Thursday, 21st Nov 2019

March 2018 saw the demolition of the Stourbridge Rolling Mills factory which sadly after a fine industrial heritage had become an eyesore along the moorings and an environment for ne’er-do-wells  to occupy.

The demolition itself was undertaken swiftly and cleanly by a specialist company who made short work of removing the building and the crane gantry fabrication using high-end cutting and removal equipment.

For the record a number of Stourbridge Navigation Trust volunteers took regular photographs of the various stages of the demolition and these have been added to this Gallery as an historical record of days gone by. Many thanks to all of the contributors who have compiled quite a collection of the demolition. Naturally if you have any photographs of your own of the factory in action or during its demise then we’d love to add those to the Gallery.

We hope that you enjoy looking at the photographs and if they trigger any memories that you would like to share then please let us know and we would gladly add any stories to the article outlining the history of the site.

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