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Photos show the Atom with a central shiny sphere. That's gone and a slighly scruffy object remains, chunks eaten by accident or vandalism. It was howling with wind when we visited. I stood in front of one of the viewing ports and got blasted. The...More
This place is on of three, amazing design set in a lovely landscape.nice to spend some quiet time here either to read or work things out, de stress.
Easy to get to and firm underfoot if raining. If you cone and see this you will...More
Just that.. the view from here is amazing but the panoptican itself is broken and grafitti'd.. there are usually teens climbing around on it when the whether is nice too so it's no good going just for this reason. It's worth a wander up for...More
It took a 60 mile round trip to see it, it was just a concrete room and the ball in the middle was missing, stayed 60 seconds. never again. It was probably a beautiful piece of artwork when first erected but has been left looking...More
I dont understand the meaning of this sculpture and still need to find out about the sculpture history.
View is wonderful. Wide angle view. Perfect panoramic!
However, for me, nothing else to do there.
fYou need to visit to appreciate and experience this, impossible to capture in words. sitting in the various positions viewing the countryside through the 'windows' offers a different perspective on what you see before you.