URBAN EXPLORING AT AN ABANDONED WIREWORKS/FACTORY!

URBAN EXPLORING AT AN ABANDONED WIREWORKS/FACTORY!

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In 1867 Richard Johnson and his nephew opened a wireworks in Matlock by the river Derwent. Products from the Johnson factory were once household names, and their company lorries carried the slogan “A wise buyer buys Johnsons wire”. At its peak it employed over 500 people and specialised in telegraph wire and suspension cables. The company produced the telegraph wires used under the English channel during WW2. In 1990 the Bridon company took over production which lasted until 1996 when all wire production ceased, it was latterly used as a storage and distrubution centre and some parts are still live. The mansion I visited 4 episodes ago is where the family once lived.


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