AN abandoned factory left to rot for years is piled high with mountains of rubbish.
Eerie photos from inside the dilapidated plant in Longport, Staffordshire, show it has more than fallen into disrepair.
11An abandoned factory in Longport, StaffordshireCredit: Lost Places Forgotten Faces11An urban explorer photographed the dilapidatedCredit: Lost Places Forgotten FacesPaint peels from the walls inside the Price and Kensington Teapot Works, while mounds of old clothes are dumped out front.
Windows are smashed, there are holes in the floor, and the roof has completely come away in places.
The floors are also covered in dust and debris, while ditched mattresses and armchairs fill the lower floors.
And scores of tyres pour out of one of the rooms, surrounded by decaying bricks.
In one area, six armchairs and a sofa sit in a circle around what looks like a battered laptop.
It appears as though it was once used as a secret meeting place.
The factory, which is partly Grade II listed, dates back to the early 19th century.
It produced pottery until 2003 when it was taken over by small businesses and a gym.
But years later, and the building appears cold, silent and deserted.
Urban explorer Lost Places & Forgotten Faces visited the site, which has been subject to arson attacks, fly-tipping and vandalism, to discover just how badly it had fallen into ruin.
11Rubbish is piled high in most of the roomsCredit: Lost Places Forgotten Faces11More mountains of rubbishCredit: Lost Places Forgotten Faces11The property is part Grade II-listedCredit: Lost Places Forgotten Faces11An old toy by one of the many broken windowsCredit: Lost Places Forgotten Faces11Old mattresses scattered across the dusty floorCredit: Lost Places Forgotten Faces11The walls are covered in graffiti after years of vandalismCredit: Lost Places Forgotten Faces11Tyres pouring through one of the wallsCredit: Lost Places Forgotten Faces11Paint peels from the walls and the ceilingCredit: Lost Places Forgotten Faces11The building was home to the Price and Kensington Teapot WorksCredit: Lost Places Forgotten Faces
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