So, I went urbexing with Kathryn (I shall post about my fantastic 4 and a half days later); and this is the result.
Some dull locationy shots, and then some better shots…
The carpark entrance is blocked both by some barriers and some attractive concrete blocks. They’re also scattered around the back of the building (or, I guess, the side – since the back is a demolished factory).
The building’s pretty well sealed up – in fact, as we’ll see later it’s insanely well sealed up.
The little brick garden contains a little gift for rats and mice.
And so, on to the slightly more urbexy photos:
Through a tiny little hole in the shutters you could see inside. It was empty:
These are the blocks – cylinders – which appeared to be filled with concrete. This partially disintegrated one shows the truth…
And here’s the excessive security surrounding what appeared to be an old side entrance to the building. I really don’t quite understand what an (ex)sofa supermarket needs with huge barbed wire fences and floodlights, but hey.
So, round real the back of the building was an almost completely demolished factory(?). Get yourself ready for some more cliches
And here’s a bit of the local wildlife:
Slightly bigger versions are here.