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Report - Richard Klinger Factory, Sidcup -Jan 2007

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Moddy, Jan 30, 2007.

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    Moddy Guest

    Past report

    The security and access was exactly the same as above. Except my respirator stopped the chest pains this time! (Or reduced them MASSIVELY - As there was still a slight pain) Although, I did find another access route... (Not for the faint of heart though! :D)

    I climbed the biggest ladder of my life on this trip! Trust me when I say, It was alot bigger and scarier then these photos make it look! (Or maybe Im just :gay when it comes to heights!) It was quite cold, and it was NOT a nice feeling to be halfway up it when your hands are feeling absolutely crap due to the icey metal ladder...These photos make it look deceptively small... :(

    I had one nasty incident at the top of the stairs... involving a pidgeon. :eek: I walked into a room and BANG, 3 flew out the window while the other confused one flew AT ME! So I ran out and.. errh... kind of cowered in the corner of the stairs waiting for it to leave me alone. :eek: (Coincidentally, the amount of dead pidgeons was surprising. Alot of them looked relatively "new" aswell...)

    Heres some photos;
    1. A cool looking machine...
    2. Awesome scenery from the window
    3. More awesome woods...
    4. The mighty fuse cupboard
    5. Some sort of mechanism on the Lift door
    6. A shot of one of the gates on the rear warehous
    7. The view of the factory from behind

    Klinger Gallery 2

    Overall, Access is the same, Security is the same and its the same inside.

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