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Report - Shoreham Cement Works, Shoreham-on-Sea - May 2012

tweek

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Shoreham Cement Works, Shoreham-on-Sea - May 2012

Visited with Hiddenshadow, Host and NickUK

After having a grand total of zero hours sleep due to crane antics in Brighton the night before, and knowing full-well Host and Hiddenshadow were planning their usual repulsively early start, I must admit I sat in the back of the car crending with NickUK, wondering what the hell my life is about these days. And not for the first time either.

Even before the epic drive down to the south coast I wondered how bothered I really was about seeing this derelict cement works. After all, I've now charged around the live cement works in Hope, and even without the guile to climb the chimney with some of the others, I have recently been more preoccupied with a tendency to get high... rather than meander casually around ruined industrial sites such as this.

However, despite this floundering notion of what I was actually doing here, I soon got back into the glorious swing of industrial desolation. Hurrah!!!

Shoreham is rotting. It's full of crap graffiti and broken windows, and it has certainly seen better days - but as NickUK pointed out, it felt more like the sort of abandoned location you'd find in New York than the more pedestrian-paced south coast of England. Add this to my hazy state of mind and the equally hazy light of Host's preferred early start... and this explore was actually something very different.

People say this a lot, but the history really has been covered on this one. I'm sure I've bored you enough already anyway, so here goes with some pictures from our jaunt...

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Massive respect to Host for enduring the 600 mile round trip and not falling asleep at the wheel on the way home.

Thanks for viewing,
tweek

:Not Worthy





 
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