And once I’d squeezed through windows, negotiated rickety ladders, made it to the platform, jumped across
the metal sheet, and discovered that a key pipe was loose on the other side, I eventually grabbed hold of, and
swung up, onto the metal staircase.
This key picture shows how difficult things can be. And it also shows Marlon about to sit on his keys.
The rest of the shots were my route up towards the dizzying heights of Penthouse Severalls. Not many pigeons,
and not many water tanks. Those that were left were rusted through. The quality of the water must
have been good; at least the patients had a good intake of iron.