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Report - Eagle House, London, March 2012

Drunken Monk

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So after completing Fulham Wharf earlier in the day, I met up with two other UrbExers (Intosly0 and a non-member) in the evening, and we decided to do some high climbing!

We settled on Eagle House, a 29 storey building that had construction work started on it in 2008 but has since then, been on hold. According to the information I was able to gather, it was designed by Terry Farrell and the construction work was assigned to McCabe Builders (they had their logos all over the site). It is meant to have a total of 276 flats when completed, with provisions for retail shop spaces as well. Reported roof height is 318 feet (we climbed on to the outhouse on the roof so we were probably a little higher than that as well :D).

PLEASE NO TALK OF ACCESS DETAILS ON THE PUBLIC FORUMS

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Adjacent construction site. Perhaps a high climb for the future!
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EVEN MORE ACCESS Kind of terrifying but also really exhilarating!

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I fell in love with the moon again that night.
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And just when we thought the night couldn't get any better, someone in the distance decided to set off fireworks! We had our cameras at the ready and I was lucky enough to get this shot! It's the first time I've seen a firework go off from a view above it!
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