Know Before You Go
These ruins are not on any maps, and there are no signs directing the way. If you follow the main walking trail from Plaza de Maria Auxiliadora down to Arco del Cristo Murallas de Albacara y Molinos del Tajo, you will want to walk through the arch then continue on the small overgrown path towards the Puente Nuevo. Following this path, you will have to climb over several large boulders and negotiate down a small escarpment. Eventually, you will come across an area where the foliage becomes denser, completely obscuring the view of the Puente Nuevo. Continue along this path until you come across the ruins of a building with a dilapidated sign for the Central Electric Company.
While this location is free to visit and accessible 24 hours a day, it is strongly recommended that you stick to daylight hours. The ravine path leading to the ruins is reasonably easy to walk for a seasoned traveler by daylight; however, it would be quite treacherous by night and there are a number of areas where the ground has given way leaving open voids to the waterway below. In addition, there were some signs of possible habitation by vagrants, meaning that there may be people using these ruins as shelter, or at least it is a night spot for local teens.