This stunning and important site is so poorly cared for that it pains me to visit. OK, so it is free to visit and the car park is free too but what a waste! Despite a number of steel gates, the towers seem to be being vandalised ... the locks on some of the gates have been broken and pieces of masonry gouged out to enable climbing into the towers.
The information on site is limited to a single old board near the car park. There are some areas with scaffolding and a couple of huts but no real attempt at conservation. It is such a shame. There is so much potential for this site.
The actual site is huge and stunning but, at the moment, it only ranks a 'poor' rating in my book.
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