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Sunday, 24 January 2016

Welsh Presbyterian Church, Liverpool - January 2016

Built in 1865, this derelict church has stood empty since the 1990s, known locally as Toxteth Cathedral or the Welsh Cathedral this totally derelict Grade II Listed church with its 200 ft steeple is an example of extreme dereliction.

Whilst entry into this church is straight forward, getting out uninjured would seem to be down to luck more than skill. Death on a stick is the phrase we use in northern England and in this instance, rightly so.

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Visited with Blacksnake, Zer081 and the one whom even his wife knows only as Tbolt.

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We climbed up the first 30ft of the spire, but thought better of going any further.

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A foolhardy explore 7/10

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