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Report - Gainsthorpe cement works 04\04\07

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Explore with tunnel lover today, this site was very active and we had to wonder around for some time before going in undetected. Some of the hills to the rear we walked over were like rock but its just where cement dust had settled and gone hard but it was only very thin so you could brake it with ease(very strange) also the whole building had a coating of hard cement from wind deposits.
Due to people on site and a lack of ladders in some places we had to climb a lot to get to parts of the building and at one point we dropped down about 12ft from a floor above only to find now way out and had to climb back up :rolleyes: :rolleyes:
Our exit was funny as we just ran straight across the middle of the site.
This is a cool explore and i should of done it sooner as its only up the road:rolleyes: :rolleyes:

pics.

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at the bottom of the silos, at the end of the shot theres rubble caving in the building here they are making about 30ft high dirt walls around the site.

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bottom of other silos in a section that was hard to get in and out of.

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view from up high

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another view from up high

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across the top of the silos

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winding wheel

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across the top of the other silos

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we would of loved to of used these stairs but they was in full view of loads of work men.

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its a light

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rail side building viewed through the bottom of the silos
 

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