Dalton Tower is one of three high rise residences and is located in the middle of the campus adjacent to the library. It has twenty floors with three separate flats on each floor. The building has been scheduled for demolition at some point this year and has been almost entirely stripped. On site security do patrol the site but we managed to evade them on both of our visits this week.
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URBAN EXPLORATION by Andrew Wonder: “This is a film I made after some adventures underground with Steve Duncan (undercity.org) last summer. We also have a teaser video which you can watch on my vimeo page (vimeo.com/5752275).
For more information about the video and our other adventures please contact Andrew Wonder (Director/Cinematographer) at email@example.com. “
Amazing stuff! had to Reblog it!
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Currently standing on top of one of the tallest abandoned buildings in Birmingham, with Isoburns and Hellboy. Watching the City from above, I don’t think there can be a greater buzz.
The full set of photos will be online by early next week, so keep an eye out.
- Edit - Sorry about the bad spelling earlier the post was sent from my mobile
diamondsheeprebirth asked: I went to photograph that abandoned cottage today, your advise about isolating different features really helped. Thanks a lot. (There's a picture on my blog if you care for a look).
Good work, really like it mate, Would love to see the other photos. How was the place to explore?
Hams Hall Power Station – West Midlands
A very tricky explore, tried several times at this one but on our third attempt, we where in. Hams Hall Power Station refers to a series of three, now demolished coal-fired power stations, situated in Warwickshire in the West Midlands of England, 9 miles (14 km) from Birmingham. This building was the control, one of the few remaining structures on the Hams Hall site.