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Report - Westlegate Tower - Norwich - August 2013

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by Kubix_UK, Aug 12, 2013.

  1. Kubix_UK

    Kubix_UK Banned

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    My First proper explore with a great bunch of people. went off to Norwich for the urbex meet and met up with some great guys and gal who was sharing stories with me etc. I mentioned that I have never done a proper explore and after a quick chat westlegate was chosen as the ideal candidate. off we trundled after I grabbed my camera and a very nervous me started the climb (I hate heights). after a short while we reached the top and then I started the wow-ing lol and started snapping. sorry for the picture quality as I left my tripod in the car so was shooting handheld and using the scaffolding to steady it. glad I left my tripod though was hard enough and tiring climbing with my camera bag on :) also made a speedy escape as one of our group made a great deal of noise getting down (by mistake of course).
    Westlegate House was built in 1959 by WS Lusher and Son Ltd. It was originally an office building occupied by several insurance companies including Provident and Mutual.

    The office space has been derelict for 14 years or more with the bottom floor being occupied by McDonalds until 2006. An £8m redevelopment of the building has now started should be completed by early spring next year. It is being converted in luxury apartments. only history I can find (I copied it)

    anyway enough rambling, on with the pics :)













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