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Report - Temple Court, London, Sep 2009

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by kevin arnold, Oct 21, 2009.

  1. kevin arnold

    kevin arnold 28DL Member
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    Visited with Za Gringo and Mito

    A whole building complex is awaiting demolition in the centre of the City of London. The tallest of them called Temple Court is about 13 floors high (if I remember correctly??) which is not a lot. So initially i didn't expect much from this exploration and went there only to test a new camera. But i was positively suprised. Temple Court is located close to the Bank junction so offers some nice views over the City and can be easily accessed at any time of the day or night. Makes for a nice, relaxing, hassle free exploration. In fact I liked it so much I went there twice :)
    We also had walk around the adjacent buildings but they are all stripped. Art deco London Chamber of Commerce (round the corner from Temple Court) looked promising from the outside but has nothing to offer on the inside. Seems the rest of the buildings are in similar condition.





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