Report - Cochno Waterworks 12/06/12

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pantomime horse

Nay Nay and thrice Nay
28DL Full Member
Oct 13, 2011
Old Kilpatrick
@ the mods
I'll resize the oversize pics tomorrow when photobucket catches up

Been meaning to get back up here for ages. Finally found the time.
explored with my daughter, "Toots".

Cochno Waterworks were built around 1907 and went offline around 1995 or so. Planning permission is imminent for a 32 bed nursing home on the site seemingly.

so first view you get as you drive up

watertower looks promising till you notice someone has cut off the bottom part of the ladders. note to self, time to buy a telescopic ladder.

getting through here was even tighter than it looked

helluva little space between this ladder and the wall and only a tiny opening above so I did the decent thing and sent Toots up instead

think the pikeys got beat by the pyromaniacs to this room

then I looked up

nice bit of mosaic in the floor

watch yer footing FFS Toots

its quite a stretch gettin up here

well pikied control panel

next, (top I think) floor is about 2 inches deep of pigeon shit and loads of nests so I went back down

nature is slowly taking over


and that was us walked the length of the place

on the way out I noticed this and thought "ah, saved me puting in a sig".

loads more to see in there and the view from the watertower over the clyde valley must be phenomenal. worth a return visit with a ladder.

more pics at waterworks 12th june 2012/

cheers for looking

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