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Report - Unknown building, Cleckheaton - April 2016

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by JakeWoodUnofficial, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. JakeWoodUnofficial

    JakeWoodUnofficial 28DL Full Member
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    Stumbled (quite literally) across a small red brick building at the bottom end of town. Initial thoughts are an old toilet for a building which used to be near by. The shutter on the place was open about 6 inch and a window was missing on the upper level but other than that, the main entrance had a metal cover to it and had tables and chairs thrown down behind it from a gap in the roof stopping anybody from gaining access that way. The same had been done on the steps which led to a flooded basement.

    We managed to slide under the shutter to find an empty space with 2 rooms leading from it. The rear of the main room had toilet cubicles smashed to pieces and a door next to them which led to more toilets, also smashed to bits.

    Another pile of tables and chairs blocked us venturing much further down the corridor but it appeared to be a dead end regardless. The second door brought us on to the same corridor but where the chairs were piled up. Another dead end. Exiting back under the shutter and having the basement flooded meant there was only one option and that was to climb the wall and get in to the missing window.

    Scaling the wall was easy thanks to a crumbly section of brick giving foot holds all the way up. Once on the room, all the sky lights had been concreted up. In through the window we went to find steel work, wooden beams across the steel work like a storage shelf, two water tanks and a small piece of missing floor that was how the chairs and tables had gotten behind the main entrances metal cover.

    A quick hop down off the roof followed and back to the car to go further into town.


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