Years ago, Automotive Products (AP) was Leamington Spa's biggest employer. My dad endured a job there for many years as did many of my school friends parents.
The place was massive but always a bit of a mystery. Cameras were banned from the site in case you snapped photos of something under development. Or because the management thought they stole souls or something. However, in 1990, during an official open day, we grabbed some photos around the factory, which I present today.
None of these have any great artistic merit, but they do show some interesting and modelable details. The first is a simple pipe bridge. Presumably putting the pipe in a trench was more expensive than over the top on a support high enough to clear lorries driving around the site.
The second is a row of stacker trucks beside an anonymous building. Looking at the other photos, quite a lot of the site was like this - brick walls and pitched roofs with metal frame windows. If someone produces a resin cast version, with only minor modification, most of the plant could be built.
I like the red cabinet nearest the camera. I think this contains a fire hose and should be a part of most industrial models. Nice and easy to make too.