Sorry that I’ve not posted much in recent months… I’ve been busy exploring and changing jobs, Christmas, etc etc, plus editing the small matter of 4 days’ worth of photos from a trip to Chernobyl last Easter! The reports from there are coming up very soon, but in the meantime here’s a quick little report from what remains of an ancient oil-powered power station somewhere in the South of the UK.
I really loved the well-preserved (considering its age) control panels, and the textures of decay. I wasn’t so keen on the decades worth of pigeon crap which covered the floors and nearly every surface, but that comes with the territory!
As always, click on a photo to VIEW LARGE
…peeling paint nirvana in this brightly coloured corridor…
…more textures and colours of decay…
…I really liked the retro fonts used in some of the hand-painted signs…
…the state of this room! 🙂
Thanks for coming by.
Fascinating! Where is this exactly? And how do you find places like this?
Thanks Jamie. I’m afraid I never disclose any more location information than already volunteered in the post. I find locations through research and sharing with close friends. Cheers, Adam
Hey Adam. Amazing photos! Thanks for posting. Reminds me a bit of Red Desert by Antonioni.
Thanks Robert – it was a fantastic place to see. Sadly now demolished.