Located next to the Fawley Power Station, along the South Coast of England, this area of woodland seems to have become some sort of wasteland; forgotten and ignored by almost everyone. Once used as a camp during World War II, leading up to D-Day, now it only serves the occasional rambler a route around the power station. Through it runs a decrepit pipe connecting the nearby Fawley Refinery with the now decommissioned power station. Cracked and crumbling concrete lines the floor, like trenches, in between the trees. Remnants of structures remain in trace amounts and there is an ominous hum from nearby pylons as well as the sporadic clattering of industry from across The Solent, a constant reminder of the surroundings beyond the trees.