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Report - Gloscat College, Gloucester - (Part 2)

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by clebby, Oct 12, 2008.

  1. clebby

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    More on the derelict Gloscat site in Gloucester...

    The building was extremely well signposted, and getting lost would be difficult.

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    There were miles of corridors, and they were dingy, dark and damp.

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    This was the bit I was looking forward to; the Tower Block. Even though it is hideous on the outside, the rooms inside were well lit, had large windows and plenty of room. And the views across Gloucester were stunning.

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    We also found the lift machinery, still gleaming.

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    This was one of the star finds, a fully fitted lab.

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    Someone had decided that sending the fire hoses (of which there were many)
    was a hysterical joke. One even draped down the entire 9 floor staircase.

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    Unlike the main foyer, the tower blocks foyer was dark, depressing and derelict.

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    We returned to the highter floors, and discovered someone had shot at some windows.

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    On the same floor, I stumbled across the Electronics labs, and this is what we found.

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    The colour schemes throughout the building were interesting, to put it kindly.

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    We ended up at the food tech kitchens, in remarkable condition compared to the rest of the building.

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    In a nearby room, probably in what was the English department, some scumbag had tried to burn the entire place down using some old Shakespeare. What a joker.

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    It was a great day out, and theres still more to see. Definitely one for the future; thanks Paskey!
     

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