We reached the base of the tower and cut across behind the boiler plant.
It was time for the last place listed on our itinerary - the infamous Cane Hill Mortuary.
Getting to the mortuary was quite a circular route. We made our way around the back of the
boiler plant and into a densely wooded area. Whilst making a large semi-circular path to get to
the mortuary (which, as it turns out, backed onto the tower courtyard buildings) we passed this small,
garage like building en-route.
There were two things odd about this building. Firstly, it was shored up with scaffolding.
Why? It was decrepit and non-descript in the first place. And secondly, it was full of porcelain sinks.
We reached the mortuary building and, I guess as a rite-of-passage, I was asked to stand
on an old oil drum and look through the window...