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Belgium Paternoster Farm, Belgium - June 2016

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The morning after a heavy night out in Antwerp when Belgium beat Hungary 4-0 wasn't a pretty site, and it certainly wasn't a time to do anything too serious. So, after rolling out of bed at just gone lunchtime we decided to do this - local, easy, and one that I was pleasantly surprised by. Despite being an older location it's still in relatively good shape - the decay is lovely and the features left behind make for a nice explore. Spent a couple of hours here, before a mad dash back to Calais via a wine warehouse to stock up ;) 

 

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As always, thanks for looking!:thumb 
 

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