The is the Guinness Brewery in Dublin in the early 1900s. The site was first leased by the Guinness family in 1759 for just £45 per year for 9,000, yes, 9,000 years. If ever a lessor got it wrong, this is it! The thousands of barrels in the yard are amazing but I like the horse-pulled drays waiting to be loaded, as this is precisely what we see in any modern distribution centre but with lorries instead of drays. The Brewery is, of course, hugely popular as a tourist attraction ….. with a free pint at the end of the tour!
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