cane hill | observing the disintegration of the titanic

As they were near the Chapel and the light had improved, the group decided (almost recklessly) to return to the spiritual core of the complex.

Such a move was extremely risky. Security knew most urban explorers would make their way to either the Chapel or mortuary and had ensured both areas could function as traps. The mortuary was a natural dead-end but security also barricaded most of the entrances to the chapel only leaving one or two open; it then became easy to corner careless urban explorers in there.

Luckily Marlon and his group managed to get some extra pictures before leaving one of the most dangerous areas of the buildings.

The nave of Cane Hill Chapel in the morning light. (Z21:G.19.SE) © Marlon Bones 2007