St George's Centre Crane

It's St George... again, it must be dest0ny, he deserves a credit.

Saint George was, according to tradition, a Roman soldier from Syria Palaestina and a priest in the Guard of Diocletian, who is venerated as a Christian martyr. In hagiography Saint George is one of the most venerated saints in the Catholic (Western and Eastern Rites), Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, and the Oriental Orthodox churches. He is immortalized in the tale of Saint George and the Dragon and is one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers. His memorial is celebrated on 23 April, and he is regarded as one of the most prominent military saints.

This building/crane is located in Canterbury, not very high, but with the lovely view on the Canterbury Cathedral, the building will be used for student housing when completed in 2012.

It was.. very foggy.





GT Manor

I wanted to visit this location for quite a while, and finally thanks to Keïteï and Subversive Photography managed to do it :) It didn't disappoint, lot's of vivid colours and a bit Mediterranean feeling to it. No problems with access and during the explore on here, St George Tower, has been done later on the same day.

info: GT Manor is a grade II listed manor house in Oxfordshire, which is on a large estate along with another two manor houses. One part of the manor is in private residence, the rest remains disused.





St George Tower

After a day of exploring we had some extra time to spent in London, just enough for a little mooch. After failing to get somewhere else, we noticed this tower and crane from the distance, and as we haven't done high stuff before, decided to give it a go, and it was well worth it.

info: St George Tower, also known as the The Tower, is a residential skyscraper under construction in Vauxhall, London, as part of the St George development. When built, it will be 181 metres (594 ft) tall with 49 storeys, making it the tallest residential building in the United Kingdom.

We managed to climb up to 22 storey and that's where the construction ends at the moment, so revisit is quite possible.





Chemical Plant Wistom

Done this location during the summer with r2s, lu of sesyjni mordercy crew and our friend Sebastian. Nice location, we did expect a little bit more though, plant is partially demolished, the rest is stripped out and heavily used by paintball enthusiasts.

history: the plant was founded in 1912 initially as the artificial silk factory. It was the largest producer of synthetic fibers in the country. During the German occupation it was used for testing internal combustion engines, in 1946 original activity was resumed. In it's heyday company employed almost 10 thousand persons. As the factory was producing and releasing to the atmosphere extensive amounts of toxic gases, it was decommissioned in the late 90s.