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Report - King's Reach Tower, London, August 2011

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by layz, Sep 20, 2011.

  1. layz

    layz Conquistador d'Wolverton
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    Sep 21, 2008
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    Hey Guys,

    Visited with Andrew B and Dicky21

    I shan't go on too much about the history of this place. King's Reach Tower is a 31 storey, 111m high office building along the South Bank in London.
    Built in 1972 it was designed by the architect Sir Richard Seifert and is currently undergoing a face lift and the addition of several new floors

    The Explore

    We had heard that this place was freshly boarded and locked down... which indeed it was. However despite all the fresh boards the three of us still managed to find three different ways in with zero damage :p.
    Obviously I shan't go into access details, but having seen Dicky's frankly 'ahem' absurd way in which only Dicky could have thought of, I decided to find an alternative 'safer' way by thinking about how the building was designed, which to my utter amazement paid off! Sadly my way in has now been sealed.






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