Sunday, 13 November 2016

The Locked Espinillos

Yesterday I wanted to visit 'Los Espinillos', a rural property abandoned several years ago in Torrejón de Ardoz (Spain). Maybe you can remember that we took some night pictures in this place the last year.

When I was there, I noticed that the rural complex was locked because of the collapse hazard, but I could to take some pictures of this little adventure.

Firstly, I had to go from Alcalá (the city where I live) to Torrejón. This walk let me contemplate the 'Cardenal Cisneros' Public Library. This place has a tropical look due to its palm garden.


A next stage in my walk to 'Los Espinillos' brought me to a eccentric lookout. This modern construction had a 'Roman villa' style. A very strange and beautiful component in the landscape of that area.



I followed my way to 'Los Espinillos'. I would have liked to take pictures inside the building, but It was closed. Several warnings were painted in the external walls and the access were blocked because of collapse risk. I only could to take some pictures of the outsides. With each minute the light became poorer (grey and undefined skies).






Finally, I found some ruined buildings in that zone. They seemed rural constructions with access to the groundwater (Henares River is very near). Deep stairs got down several meters below the ground level.





Scary views of decayed rural buildings from Henares River bank.

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