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I decided to check out two locations that were said to be thrashed, destroyed, nothing more to see. There were threads on it on a local UE forum, describing vandalism done as soon as the became well known locations. Well. For the other location I agree on that. (I've posted another report on that one) But this one was not so bad. Probably due to owner cleaning out most thrashed interior, leaving the building ok enough. There were signs of severe vandalism, like most sinks and toilets smashed to pieces, some lamps ripped from the ceiling, some walls and ceilings ripped open, and such (what a thing to do). But it turned out a nice splore, a lot better than anticipated :-)

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A sneak peak of the view from the roof, just seen through the door. Lots of homes nearby, nice day, everyone out in their gardens, we did our best not to be seen, so we deided not to walk about out on the roof.

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Basement still with some interior and some thrash. And a room full of expensive equipment swimming in water and diesel.

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I just felt like posting the cleaner shots :-).

There's also lots of rooms, basically empty. Several rooms with technical stuff. Some interior in the basement. A couple of kitchens. An office.

To avoid getting caught we just took off, didn't get any exterior shots.

Thanks for looking :-)

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Like this one mate, looks a bit like a prison in places! That bath is quite sexy looking, I want one with dials! Good work on the find and the pics :thumb

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Nice shots and do undestand and in main agree that some times placing locations in public domains can play a part in speeding up its demise.

I enjoy the images shared & dont care if some one descides to call it the beach ball hut it honest :D.

I dont feel there is the need to some times be so exact in naming locations etc unless already fully on the map so to speak.

The option to share with who you know and trust is simply being responcible.

Thanks for sharing your images and thoughts :thumb

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