The fine remains of an abandoned Power station in the UK. With a stunning control room.
A large control room which controlled the power to a large part of the Southern Rail Network.
An abandoned film lab in the UK. An iconic location that processed a number of classic films.
A nice art-deco office of an old demolished factory in Welwyn Garden City
It can be quite surprising the amount of abandoned places that are still left connected to a source of electricity.
These sites certainly leave some unanswered questions. Who is paying the bills? Well sadly for hospitals, educational properties or any other site funded by the government, quite possibly you and I. I have a couple of theories on industrial sites. One is if the power is still running it's not going to be so easy to steal from. It isn't advised to rip out live copper cable and could the thieves be sure if they did try to turn it off. Also these sites will eventually be stripped and it will not be a safe working environment in a poorly lit space. Then we have mothballed sites, where the cost to restart the whole factory is far more than keeping it alive a blast furnace is a prime example of this practice.
Here is a selection of places I have visited where the lights are still on but nobody is home.
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