Grimsby's Ice Factory is a unique survivor of the Victorian industrial era. The building contains equipment designed, manufactured and installed by a British refrigeration company whose origins lie in the 17th century.
- The Grade 2* listed structure is thought to be the oldest and largest surviving of its type in the world.
- Construction began in 1898 and the building was finished in 1901.
- At one time it was the largest ice factory in the world (4350 square metres)
- At its peak 1200 tonnes of ice was produced per day.
- The Kasbah is the historic Victorian dock area to the north of the factory.
- The building has been on English Heritage's 'Heritage At Risk Register' since 2008.
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