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Report - Battersea Power Station - 02-07-06

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Visited here with Zero last night. A right comedy entrance, then took us a while to find our way to the climb. By remarkable coincidence we found OT and Stumpy at the top! This place is absolutely huge once inside the main halls.

On the roof of the building:
01_Roof_of_wing.jpg


Next part of the climb is up this scaffolding:
07_Tower_we_climbed.jpg


Admiring the view across the North towers and thames from the top of the scaffolding, part way up the chimney:
04_Taking_in_view.jpg


Looking back down at the main building below:
06_Looking_down_at_roof.jpg


The gas holder next door. This is as tall as the chimney (maybe one for another time):
02_Gas_holder.jpg


Looking down into a room on the west side as we climbed back down:
09_West_room.jpg


The internal staircase (all the lights have been replaced with temporay fluorescents and floodlights):
10_Staircase.jpg


The highly polished handrail (from use over the years), and the windows to the central lift shft:
11_Hand_rail.jpg


Doors to the lift:
12_Lift_doors.jpg


Entrance hallway to south west side of the building, with patterned tiled floor:
13_Entrance_hall.jpg


Plaque on the wall, naming the 1930's directors:
14_1933_Directors.jpg


The west hall:
16_West_Hall.jpg


And the central courtyard:
17_Central_Courtyard.jpg
 

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