The Horlick's Factory, Slough, Berkshire, now decommissioned. This building has now been demolished, in preparation for redevelopment of the site.
Contributor:Bridget Catterall / Alamy Stock Photo
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Dimensions:5839 x 3893 px | 49.4 x 33 cm | 19.5 x 13 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:August 21, 2019
Location:Slough, Berkshire, England
The land on which the Horlicks Factory sits was purchased from Eton College in 1906 by James Horlicks and became operational as a factory building in 1908. Various subsequent extensions and new buildings were added throughout the 20th Century. The Horlicks Factory became locally listed in 1999. GSK decided to sell the Horlicks UK brand in 2017 and the factory closed in June 2018. It was bought by Berkley Homes in August 2018, and a public consultation held in April 2019. The old factory and land will be renovated and new housing built on the site.