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Report - Coal Board site- Consett Co. Durham 14/08/2006

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Hello this is my first post. On Monday night me and a friend were out for a drive. We happened upon this place and had a poke around. We decided it was worthy of taking a trip home to get the camera for.

I know Aeinstein and Inewton from this site and aeinstein directed m here to post up the pics.

So the site:

Well its some kind of Coal board site something to do with fixed power generators or something like that. There was a big tower with a pipe and a room underneath which isn't in the photo's but which I will Photograph and put up so here you go.

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The view of the site
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We climbed up this ladder from the ground floor to the 1st floor
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This was the shower room
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There was a clean room as well which we unfortunately haven't got a photo of.
Access was really really easy as its just left with no security no nothing hop a fence and your in(infact there's even a stile to help you in). Its a fairly small site and only took about half an hour of in depth exploration, there was a fair few shotgun shells lying around and there was hundreds of rabbits. I think some of the out houses may get used as storage for animals as there was old hay in some of them.

I thought it was alright for a first time exploration. Bug has kind of bitten now so I think we're going to investigate a recently closed factory and maybe go and see St mary's hospital at the weekend.
 

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