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Rosebank Distillery Images

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Re: Rosebank Distillery Images

Postby John McGill » Sat Sep 13, 2008 5:21 pm

The stills:

Entrance / courtyard
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No1 Low Wines Still (contents 9587 litres) on the left

Wash Still (contents 10187 litres) on the right
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The missing No2 Low Wines Still (contents 7628 litres)
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The intermediate spirit receiver
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Low wines & feints receiver No2
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The steam turbine
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Control Panel
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Re: Rosebank Distillery Images

Postby John McGill » Sat Sep 13, 2008 6:00 pm

A few pictures from outside.

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Re: Rosebank Distillery Images

Postby TaliskerBairn » Sun Sep 14, 2008 7:38 pm

Thanks John for the pictures, its tragic to see the place in such a sad state, it's like seeing one of your own being ravaged and the best thing would be for this new group to put the heart of rosebank to work as a fitting tribute
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