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UK Eagle house Feb 2012

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Eagle house, a 27 story tower in central london that stopped construction half way through and has seemed that way ever since, when we went there was no/ no sign of any security but i believe the place has at least one guard these days.

This was one of the first explores i did in london and had not long gotten my hands on a dslr so apologies for the image quality. Also most of the building at the time was pretty empty, so not much worth shooting internally.

http://www.groveworld.co.uk/en/developments/developments-page/eagle-house/index.cfm/Eagle the original planning proposal that never happened ;]

how ever.. http://www.pkf.co.uk/pkf/news/press_release/eagle_house_takes_flight_once_again&goto=2&Category=News%20%5E%20views&Subcategory=Press%20releases It looks like work will begin Summer this year so we won't have long left =/









Rest can be seen : http://www.flickr.com/photos/urdex/sets/72157629198526784/with/6827733982/

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cheers all, really need a return visit to this place before they start construction on it again, one of the few easily accessible high climbs in london left, well from what i've found so far anyway.

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work has already restarted on this place mate. I think it started after xmas. Still doable but have been told there is security half way up the building and roof access has changed. Nice shots, its a smart little roof for how easy it used to be. :thumb

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