On Friday I had a roof to basement tour of the remaining 45,000 square feet of Guelph’s former W.C. Woods Factory: the building that housed the offices of the CEO/owner and the staff cafeteria, an early 1900’s addition and the restored stone distillery (built in 1979), with 5 enormous 1800’s whiskey distilling barrels in a tiny stone room underneath it!
There were so many things I wanted to photograph, but there just wasn’t enough time (an hour) to do more than a digital snapshot study. I’ve been told I can return…
W.C. Woods owner’s private loo wallpaper
A view from the roof of the W.C. Woods Factory, everything in this photo will be redeveloped next year.
One of the whiskey barrels under the restored stone distillery building on the site of the W.C. Woods Factory.