the main corridor. The benches where workers would have sat, waiting for the All Clear.
Underneath Braimes are two unconnected air raid shelters. Both are
used for storage now. Molds and other equipment are where the bunks
would have been.
I wish I had taken my tripod!
Hunslet, Leeds, West Yorkshire. In 1888, TF Braime started his metal pressing company, and was later joined by JH Braime. After the international success of their oil can, they moved here in 1911, and as well as making parts for the motor car industry, they played an active role in both world wars, making artillery cases in the 1940's. Their factory retains many original features, and have very recently had a significant increase in orders, needing to start a night shift this September.