Above and Below
The Scales and Sails
The building itself should it be called that appears to be a partially stripped coastal cog laying upon its side.
Most of the upper decking, masts and rigging have been removed. A weather beaten door hangs precariously supported by two sets of rusted iron hinges.
A plank is nailed across the door with a painted picture of a scale and what might appear to be a boat of sorts.
The door and its framing appear to be inserted into the cog’s hull.
Dank, dark, the scent of stale ale and vomit mix in the air.