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Report (Permission Visit) Battersea Power Station and Underground Station, whilst under construction.


The Ethical Thief

28DL Member
28DL Member
I guess this is high stuff? But then, there are also some underground bits as well...

As a side hobby/business I practice and offer physical penetration testing to companies.

The below was a (somewhat) permission based visit to Battersea Power Station, as well as the new Underground Station during construction. Now that the construction is complete I am comfortable sharing these.

There is a collection of images here the upper floors of the power station, inside the superstructure while scaffolding was present, and in the underground station whilst under construction.

Enjoy :)


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Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
Regular User
Nice to see it like this. What year were these taken? Oh and welcome to 28 dl. Good 1st report. :thumb
 

urbanchemist

28DL Regular User
Regular User
Must admit I'd never heard of physical penetration testing - google says it's definitely a thing though.
Could be a profitable sideline for some on here.
 

CantClimbTom

Enthusiastic Idiot
28DL Full Member
Physical pen, got to be the ultimate job for an urbexer especially combined with some offensive IT. There are surely others here but I'm sure they have to keep very low key about such things. Lovely pics in your report!
 

zombizza

Pink
Regular User
Nice to see what is going on.
Any idea what happened to the control rooms?
 

CantClimbTom

Enthusiastic Idiot
28DL Full Member
Must admit I'd never heard of... ...
This is not what I do for a living... but try reading "Unauthorized Access" Physical penetration testing for IT security teams by Wil Allsop. Or for partly historical reasons "The Art of Deception" by Kevin Mitnick although you'll be delving into serious computer nerd territory. Apologies for digressing the thread.
 

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