Hello everyone. I'm a new member and this is my first post.
Recently I've been spending some time in Chatham, Ontario and I wanted to share a place that I found while exploring by bike. These pictures were taken Sept-Oct 2019. I'm sure it's already on the database but I don't know for sure cos I'm not a full member. From my understanding it was a brick and tile factory that was abandoned in the 70's. The best part is the "shipwreck" of a dredge apparently used for dredging the Thames River back in the 60's. I got this information from an older gentleman I've met several times walking around the forest. Please correct me if I'm wrong or if you have any more information on this spot. I'd love to hear it.
This spot is very close to another popular location, Darlings Rendering Plant or "The Glue Factory" as the locals call it. I enjoy checking that spot out too, and I'll cover it in another post. Thanks for looking ;)