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How much of Pyestock is still standing. Is it still worth a visit or had it all been flattened?
 

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Only the anechoic chamber remains, and they have started to dismantle a few parts of that too. The main site is long gone.
 
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I should have been a bit more precise lol. I was actually wondering about the Anechoic chamber.
 

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Ah I see. The air ducts outside have been removed, and the inside has been cleared out, but the structure is all still there. I wouldn't leave it too long though, they might crack on with demolition soon
 

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A couple of weekends ago it was wide open. I heard those have been sealed so I'm not sure what the current state of play is. Best having a look and finding out yourself, you never know when somewhere might be accessible. Good luck :)
 

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Only the anechoic chamber remains, and they have started to dismantle a few parts of that too. The main site is long gone.
I find it difficult to imagine standing on the site of it now, remembering what it was.. The place was an absolute masterpiece.
 
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