I do like a trip out and this place was too big an opportunity to miss. I won’t bore you with the history (can’t be bothered to research it!) just know, it’s huge, and it’s incredible how much stuff has been left here. I had to go to the roof of one of the buildings to see this piece by Tekonta Secta. I don’t do heights and was in need of medical attention by the time I’d done.Nice piece by Zero.Corpse local to this area has definitely made this place his playground, quite fitting really. Security is not what it was, that owl’s not fooling anybody. A bit late for that I think.Be afraid, be very afraid. The ghosts of many an urbexer can frequently be seen, wandering the corridors aimlessly, still looking for a way out.Another rooftop, not as high as the first with a glorious Tekonta Secta x Color Art collab.The chapel, with a commemorative piece to the pigeons who gave their all to give areas of this place that distinctive odour of decay.The kitchens and their amazing disappearing appliances. ( On a second trip, most of these had gone.)
Should you ever wake up to this sight, your day is not going well.
Grim reminder of what we come down to in the end. Tools of the trade, I found these shocking on many levels, not least because they were still there and appeared to be in full working order, although on my second visit, they had been effectively disabled.
This creation by CoLor Art was done on our first visit….below is the same room on our next.
This Corpse made me jump!Window Corpse.Colourful Corpse, really like this.Peach and CoLor – Opy-totor and Llaphalotl, bonkers. 🙂Tekonta Secta ‘Elipan Species’Yeti, a regular sight around these parts apparently.CoLor Art, making use of the pool with this gorgeous seal.CoLor, Corpse and Peach, an interesting if slightly mental combination.A Horse….in a dark plant room, quite high up on a wall, random.Token arty shot.One of the many many corridors in this colossal place.As we left I spotted this little fellow, don’t know the artist but he’s a really switched on guy! (I’ll get my coat…)Heading for the train station this handsome fellow was lurking in the bushes, Angry Face, awesome end to the day.
Thanks to those who took me around and made sure I got home in one piece, much appreciated 😀