Spillers Millenium Mills

This is one of the iconic urban exploration sites in London, built in 1905 by William Vernon and Sons, bought by Spillers shortly afterwards and named after their “Millennium Flour” of the time, though apparently the mill was also used for making the dog food for which Spillers were famous. It was partially destroyed by a massive explosion at the neighbouring Brunner Mond’s works in 1917, extended massively around 1933 and de-commissioned in the mid 1980’s. Entrance was a lot of fun, with all the sneaky ninja bits on the way.

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