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Report - Crowne Plaza Hotel - Liverpool, Feb 2013


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I Know this has been visited before and well, I don't have much to add other than a few more shots from the upper level of the roof.

Security - while the actual hotel has a LOT of security (as you'd expect) the plane graveyard and the roof are pretty much unguarded. There seems to be some sort of loading bay that's in view of the roof and there are rooms in view of you walking around but a bit of stealth and I went completely unnoticed here.

Conditions - Everything on the roof is safe, the small ladder leading up to what I assume is part of the hotel's air conditioning is a bit loose at the very top but the rest of it's perfectly secure so it holds it all in place. Had I not been nervous due to still being a bit buzzed from going to the dentist I'd have never noticed. The planes themselves are a different story, the stairs and stuff are fine but the wings and tops of the plans are a bit iffy.

All the history and information's in the previous thread, and I know nothing about planes so...

And now for the outside part:

The plane at the entrance

An airport vehicle that's been put out in the open rather than behind a shed this time

Another plane

Plane interior

Plane interior - other direction

And now for the rooftop:

Window bin











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