An ariel view of the entire Pitstone site

A trip down memory lane: Lost pictures of Pitstone Concrete Plant found in attic

A collection of old photographs have been found in an attic in Pitstone documenting life at the Pitstone Concrete plant.

The photographs, thought to be lost forever were found by Richard Collins when he was appraising a property in Pitstone, Buckinghamshire owned by Peter Briggshaw, who worked at the plant for 20 years.

Renovation to the site and a new building

1. Renovation to the site and a new building

Renovation to the site and a new building
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The destruction of the concrete plant in the early 90s

2. The destruction of the concrete plant in the early 90s

The destruction of the concrete plant in the early 90s
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the site offices where many workers were housed

3. the site offices where many workers were housed

the site offices where many workers were housed
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The railroads helped distribute material made on site, including concrete used to make the M40 and Didcot power plant

4. The railroads helped distribute material made on site, including concrete used to make the M40 and Didcot power plant

The railroads helped distribute material made on site, including concrete used to make the M40 and Didcot power plant
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