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Report - Millennium Mills, London. 2017, May



HPaul

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So, Millennium Mills was my first ever explore and it was a failed one. So I kept on coming back to look at it, maybe find a way in, but to no avail. Remeber first time I did it was more than two years ago and from then it seemed like every entrance was secured. Well, at least little to no experience led me to believe so. After a few explores and some more experience I decided that it's time to try it again and this time it was succesful.
The plan:

I was just after work, came home around midnight, but wasn't really feeling sleepy so I texted my friend asking If he would be down to do the place early in the morning. Long story short we met up around 4AM in Canning Town station, walked to the site, scouted the place and using our super ninja skills we managed to get in. Since it was early morning we had the freedom to walk around the whole area with no fear of anyone seeing us (part of the plan that worked out great)

So yeah guys, hope you enjoy my little adventure. Photos below!

For those who don't know what Millennium Mills is here's some information:
The Millennium Mills is a derelict turn of the 20th century flour mill in West Silvertown on the south side of the Royal Victoria Dock, between the Thames Barrier and the ExCel exhibition centre alongside the newly built Britannia village, in Newham, London, England.




So I'll start from the inside of the building.

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So the smaller building, brown one, had some original flavour to it still, while the big White one was all scaffolding and other construction bits.

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No caption for this, I think it just looks cool.

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So, the smaller building is falling apart, which makes for some intresting experience

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The crackling sound the floor did, made the whole thing quite intense

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Found some old magazines lying around

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No clue what this is

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I assume slide for the flour bags or something like that

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Office type room

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Kitchen

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Roof view overlooking City Airport

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And Canary Wharf side

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Highest point of the roof

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Concrete jungle feeling

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Roof that has seem some stuff in its exsistence

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No caption

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Every single window in the building was smahed

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The look from outside of this beaut

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The Big Boy

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And this is the building I managed to get onto few years back. Still looks beautiful.

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That is going to be it for this report, Hope you all enjoyed it.
 
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HPaul

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#7
I thought this place was being renovated? Don't look like much work has been done.
I think it still is as the main part of the building is fully changed. However the small one is still in shambles, but that did make for a great experience!
 

pigeonboy

Be gentle
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#13
place is still in the exact same state as the report pictures, went yesterday however struggled to get in, main gate is scale-able if you run and jump high enough but it was raining at the time :(
 

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