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Bodycote Factory Hinckley
England

The G R Bodycote underwear factory in Hollier's walk, Hinckley, overlooking Holliers Walk Primary School.

The factory was built in 1923 and despite the fact that many utilitatian buildings of this age being demolished in central England, Hinckley has many such examples and perhaps the only relatively unspoilt market town that retains many of its industrial buildings even today.


Hinckley was once a key centre for hosiery and knitwear until the rise in cheaper imported goods.

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Tags: g r bodycote; bodycote; hinckley; hollier's road; council road; leicestershire; market town; factory; hosiers; hosiery; knitwear; factories; holliers walk primary school
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