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Report - NGTE Pyestock – September 2010

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by BeGood, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. BeGood

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    Visited with Kent-Urbex

    First of all, a brief bit of history, although I am sure you’ve all read it all before:

    Kent-Urbex and I had talked about visiting Pyestock for the best part of a year, but kept trying to go with someone who had visited before, as we had heard it wasn’t the easiest explore, and we wanted to see as much of it as we could. Plans kept falling through, and eventually we just decided to bite the bullet and go for it ourselves.

    I was glad we did, as the explore went as well as I could have hoped for. It really is an unbelievable place, possibly my favourite ever, definitely right up there. The scale of everything is absolutely huge, and it’s not in particularly bad nick for being closed for a decade. We heard security driving about, but we had no real scares at all.

    We managed to see the Air House, Number 10 Exhauster, Cell 3 West, Cell 4 and a few small buildings. I was a bit disappointed that we didn’t see Cell 3, but that’s a pretty good excuse to go back. Cell 4 was definitely the highlight, it reminded me of the Japanese anime ‘Akira’ a bit with all the wires everywhere and an almost organic feel.

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    Thanks very much for looking.
     

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