The entrance into the smaller of the two buildings, structurally sound but provided potentially dangerous obstacles.
A little tease into the 6 story building that housed the main generators.
The sound of the river could be heard echoing throughout both buildings.
The main generator room complete with balconies and control panels in tact. Its massive size and architecture had an overwhelming cathedral like presence .
The glory days.
Perhaps the best find in the power station...the east smokestack. The outer layers of brick have been crumbling and lined the floor as well as the tiny entrance inside.
Exiting the smokestack. The bricks pouring out from the door were the trail that lead us to the inside of the stack.
An easy entrance into the larger of the buildings wasn't as fortunate as it was with the first. A floorless catwalk from the smaller building into the larger was the only way in. A makeshift bridge made from scraps of wood, building doors and many "Dear Jesus's" provided access across.