Here are the front gates of the CRX, resplendent with their corrugated iron cladding.
The original method of getting in was to climb the wall on the left,
and jump nimbly into the site - whilst staunching the blood caused by various
cuts and severe lacerations inflicted by the glass embedded into the top of the wall.
Not being ones for tradition, we hoped in over the front gates via the nicely bent
corrugated iron. This turned out to be the route of choice that day – especially for
the three men who were currently leaving the site.
After a quick conversation, they warned us about the ghosts. Good!