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Report - Transmitter Tower – South of Manchester – Apr 2011


28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Transmitter Tower – South of Manchester – April 2011

The location is pretty irrelevant as these things are everywhere once you look yet don’t seem to get explored much. This is a shame because they are beautiful structures once you get up and inside them.


This is the tallest one I’ve climbed at roughly 200ft and I’ve done it a few times over the last couple of years. Id never photographed it before so I recently decided to go and see if I could do this thing some justice.


It’s in a fairly quiet area. It’s a different kind of intensity as you get climbing cranes in the city so is pretty chilled but at the same time the single 200ft ladder can be a bit of a head fuck, especially when you have to navigate a massive birds nest half way up.


A lomo LC-A from last winter


Views from the top




The infinity ladder, I’ve always loved ladders. This one is a classic.



There’s virtually no room up here and it sways like a mofo.


I climbed down just as the sun started to rise


By the time I got to the bottom and out it was daylight..


Cheers. Sho


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This is not a good idea. Let's do it.
28DL Full Member
Love it. Recently climbed one of these in the Midlands, I went up a third of the way and csme back down twice before I'd go to the too. Great job, man.

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