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Report - Seacombe Hydraulic Tower - August 2015

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by chloeloxx, Aug 24, 2015.

  1. chloeloxx

    chloeloxx 28DL Full Member
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    Hello from The Wirral!
    Bombed in the war and now largely derelict, the building is an important part of the history and heritage.
    Explored in early august. This abandoned / derelict place in South-East wirral is a good site to explore in the Merseyside area (why you still can!) and is one of few accessible places to explore on the Wirral. Although pretty vandalized in the downstairs rooms (entrance) and little to see (mostly just litter and beer cans) the actual tower is great and has a nice view of Liverpool across the River Mersey. There is reconstruction plans / builders right next to the site, however none paid any attention to 'us' when we could be seen from the windows and rooftop. The actual build up to the tower is dangerous ( as you'd expect in any abandoned place) The floors are crumbling and you have to walk a cross a planked door from one side of the room to the other to get to the entrance of the tower staircase BEWARE AS FRAGILE. Their is two 'roofs' one halfway up the staircase and the second at the very top. The spiral stair case to the top of the tower is dangerous, the derelict walls are crumbling and the metal on the stairs are rotting, with nothing to hold onto it was a hard walk to the second rooftop. No wonder the site is being refurbished for the
    ‘Generator’ project which will provide up to 90,000 sq ft of new office, incubation, studio, cultural and ancillary retail / A3 space, to support fast-growing small and medium sized businesses.
    Thanks for reading. Sorry for picture quality once again done on phone, I must take a camera next time!

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    #1 chloeloxx, Aug 24, 2015
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  2. Will Knot

    Will Knot 28DL Regular User
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    May 29, 2013
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    Do like that staircase.....thanks for sharing....decent report :thumb
  3. dweeb

    dweeb Super Moderator
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    Oct 20, 2005
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    Fair play getting up there, it was rotten as a bugger in 2006!
  4. Speed

    Speed Got Epic?
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    Nov 15, 2005
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    Is there a crazy stairs at the top still? Tied on with polyprop rope if i remember right!
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  5. Felix

    Felix 28DL Full Member
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    Went in and took a few measurements recently - Should be about right!
  6. The Kwan

    The Kwan funksoul Brother
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    Great report, I cant believe how fast the area around the tower is being developed now, all modern and shiney.
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