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UK Co-op Supermarket, April 2017

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Went to do the shopping but the shop was abandoned! We found a cookie though, but it was out of date. Far from the average  explore this one.

 

Maybe not at the top of everyones list to explore, but let’s face it… How often is it your local co-op or any supermarket in that fact is closed and abandoned? Best of all with power left on!

 

Explored with onethirtytwo_ for the second location of the day, we feared it may be a failed explore as the outside of the building looked like a new build. However on closer inspection the building was sealed up and locked tight. After a brief hop over the fence and casual stroll around the grounds, we soon found our way in.

 

Making our way through building, we found our way to the shop floor. What a sight it was, excuse the cliche but it really did look like a post-apocalyptic scene with the power still on, alarms beeping away and fridges and freezers still humming.

 

History on the place? Well… it’s a co-op, what more do you need to know?

 

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45 minutes ago, jones-y-gog said:

Thats a really cool report! I think the power being on really adds to it and I have to say I wasn't expecting the wheelchair!!! :shock:

 

I thought the same thing when we found the wheelchair.

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Some interesting pics. The wheelchair inside of an abandoned supermarked is really unexpectedly and a bit strange.

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