Broken Glass

While driving through Millville yesterday on our adventure we stopped past the abandon glass factory.  We drove around the building trying to find a way in.   Unfortunately we could not get inside.

However we discovered several piles of small glass bottles and broken glass in the back.

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Posted on July 3, 2016, in Photography and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. That’s a heap of bottles! 🙂 Happy July 3rd.

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  2. Wow, that is an incredible glass pile!

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  3. I wonder if they would let a person load some up? Those are great for heating a house if you live in a cooler area. The darker bottles are great for things you dont want light to show through.
    Where is this place and what did they make with the bottles? I hope it didn’t have chemicals in it.

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    • This is in Millville NJ. The bottles are all empty and don’t appear to have ever been used. I don’t know if you can teke them or not. But they are just sitting there and lots are broken. There are several piles of broken glass.

      I did get a few of each to put small plants in that only need water and it to use as a single flower vase as they are small.

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  4. Second time you mention a tendency to “(B)&E”? 😉
    The temptation of seeing what’s on the other side of the fence right?
    🙂

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