Pigeon House Revisit, Dublin City – June 2014

Recently I revisited the Pigeon House Power Station with another two Irish explorers. On my last visit I was caught for time so I wasn’t able to explore the station to it’s full extent. This time however we had all the time in the world and ended up spending over 6 hours exploring the building, getting right down into the bowels of the station which we had missed last time. I’ve already explained the history and layout of the building in my last post about this location so there’s not much else to do except to throw up a selection of the photos from the day.

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2 thoughts on “Pigeon House Revisit, Dublin City – June 2014

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  2. Such amazing photos! You’v inspired me so much. I’m an architecture and photographer student in UCD, trying to find out how to access the Pigeon House to briefly survey it for my project, do you know if the city council allows people in from time to time or is there anyone i can email?

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