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Report - Earlswood house birmingham

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by tunnel lover, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. tunnel lover

    tunnel lover Guest

    hi all this is my first report in a while so a bit rusty, went here with bubblehead after he had spotted a nice entry earlyier in the day, its not that high but it gives a good veiw of the whole city spread in front of you,
    its an old flat block an stands at 14 storeys plus the motor room on top so about 15 storeys in all, well enough jabbering heres the pics

    a couple of externals not the amazing





    a nice church tower with a bit of zoomage it came out ok

    looking out across the top of highgate area

    looking back towards five ways with opal building nice an brightly light up grr

    the remains of the first one they took down

    this one is a little fuzzy but you can get the idea, this is the corner they had started to nibble away with the nibbler sat at the bottom.

    who could that be i wonder :rolleyes:

    now im sure i rekonise this person in this one

    hope you all liked thanks for looking


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  2. andy_moza

    andy_moza Guest

    Re: REPORT earlswood house birmingham

    Went up the roof of there on 22nd December, not much point in going up the others though cause the view is the same and with the interiors gutted nothing inside to see. Full of pigeons and about 2 inches of water on the roof left our feet soaked but still........Shame they never blew them up, but company said they are too close to houses to risk it!!
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