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  1. What a contrast to Transfig! This church is altogether much more sound, after escaping the imminent collapse at Transfig it was nice to have some solid floors. What we couldn't escape from though was the weather, which was even worse than the day before. The worst weather I have ever explored in by a long way, relentless torrential rain which made the atmosphere in here come alive. The church closed a few years back along with the adjoining rectory and a convent which to this day has remained securely sealed. For a long period of time a squatter lived in the rectory, who took it upon himself to collect the neighbourhood's rubbish and he, instead of using the perfectly decent toilets decided to fill many many plastic bottles with urine and collect those as well. So as you can imagine the rectory isn't the nicest place to wander around! It does, however, contain the single best safe I have ever seen on an explore - if I had the means of removal and the transport to remove it from the fetid pit it is in I would do so tomorrow. The safe to end all safes - I had to clear a path through two feet of rubbish to get a space for my tripod in the nearly dark room... The room where the squatter slept. Note the bottles, many of them full..... More here https://www.flickr.com/photos/mookie427/sets/72157648746204269/