There are now teleporters on both the northern and southern sides of the gallery. Here Baker Bloch uses the “down” teleporter of the newer south side pair on the middle level to access the lower level. As you can see from these first couple of photos this is a pretty empty area, and now much altered from the original Arcadia Asylum subway stations I collaged together to make this space. Most of the walls have been deleted, making one large room. There are also two smaller rooms in the “front” that I’ll get to in a moment. But for right now, the only pictures in this large open area are two Blinkerton composites. I haven’t quite decided what kind of art I want to hang here yet.
Here’s a look up into the higher levels from the open area. It’s about 60 feet from the top of the roof to the floor at the bottom here.
And we still have the smaller room with the Edwardston Station related pictures described in this post, including the Esbum/Edwardston sim stuff and also the Edwardston/Mythos photos.
Then we also still have this 1 working escalator in the gallery in the next and last room of our tour of this level, and now with a transparent wall allowing one to view the pool outside, compete with a tree trunk and a hobo fish perpetually circling this trunk. I’ll have more to say about that tree in moment.
Up the escalator we go!