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Report - Central TV, Birmingham, Feb '10

Raddog

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28DL Full Member
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With Oxygen Thief.

After our original venue was no longer accessible a trip to Central TV seemed like a good idea. Since I last went there it's now a pikey'd and stripped out shell, but having said that it's one of the few places where the "miles of tunnels" phrase can be used, and getting lost in industrial underground never fails to amuse.

While we were in one of the loading bay areas, the door to outside noisily opened and two blokes with torches come in. Bit of a close call, but we managed to stay out of sight and for about 30 mins there was a bit of cat and mouse going on. Not sure what they were, I think builders\demo rather than security.

Underground is on loads of levels, lots of plant rooms, and some live parts, what more could you want, it's crazy, one minute you think your way underground then you come out at ground level, the next you look up and there's a vent shaft like this:

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Tiswas and "Spit the Dog" reference...
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Before it was stripped it was always a phone paradise:
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Live corridor & lots of fibre
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Car Park Gem
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