Went exploring at an abandoned pipe factory. At one time during ww2 this place made and shipped pipes all over the world it was in operation up until the 80's. The metal bands on the top of the kilns would be adjusted throughout the firing as the kiln expanded and contracted. Each chimney connects to about four kilns all but one have had there dome roofs caved in. Pretty incredible to think of how alive this site was and how in less than 100 years the place has been left to rot. Very cool to witness the Earth reclaiming this once productive site. The kilns were so massive you could have fit several school buses one on top the other with in them. The clay and coal was sourced from the site and there are still old pipes stacked as far as the eye could see.