Before we visited this place, we had heard how dusty it was inside, but that didn't prepare us for the reality - layers of dust covered the old wooden benches that had survived until today, because the building is free of vandalism due to it's location. I can't say for certain but I am pretty positive this is the site that caused a speck of dust to go under my sensor, so I have to keep photoshopping out said speck each photo I edit.
The first area we covered was a construction site area that is supposed to become flats. It looked as if work was ongoing but if you looked closer, there was signs of decay and holes in the floor, so it is more likely that the renovations have been put on halt for a number of years.
The tiling was nice, and was the only interesting part of this section of the building
From there we made our way through the crammed entrance hall into our first auction chamber. The room had great natural light coming in through the huge dome above.
Here's the link to our documentary styled video of this historic structure. We cover the building's past, present and future through cinematics and narration: