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We have a plane but have no access......said Illogical i replied ....is it BOEING.......yes says Illogical.....No problemo i know how to access Boeings.....
On the road again ,BELGIUM the country, Illogical,BM,Ruben & Hanel Dante is the company....
After quick recce and a squeeze i entered the cockpit (something didn't seem right at all everything in tact even the dials, a pilots hat sat snugly , neatly positioned on a small shelf ....alarm bells start ringing....... fook it lets shoot this mofo
After spending 10 mins in the cockpit i started to make my way into the seating area but was met by a partition wtf....stepping to my right a was confronted by a small corridor and then by a buzzing emmmm.....fook a flight simulater
thing just got weirder.....
and weirder..............This meeting is adjourned
To my surprise the back of the plane was actually a back of a plane ......
Ok on the move past some of this ......
When in Be. be rude not to visit pre-metro of a night.......deeper pre-metro to my last visit
o yeah did i mention we saw some of this ........ive been into graff for years i used to write in the 80s and i can safely say this is some of the best work ive seen ........
This is the old Fiat Trattori (tractor) factory, this factory was build in the 1960s and was abandoned in 1993 after Fiat bought the American company New Holland.
Today the plant is in quite bad shape. There are no plans of reconverting the place.
This was the Design centre and the administration building.
Thanks for looking!
My first post to this forum.
Today we visited a factory somewhere in Belgium.
It used to be a plant where soda but mostly water was bottled and then prepared for distribution to grocery stores in Belgium and surrounding countries.
The factory stopped being productive because of a severe collapse of the roof.
We didn't have any hightech-equipment so I used my iPhone to make some pics. enjoy!
This was an odd explore, from the front of the building it looked like a standard office block but the inside told a different story.
First off, some fairly standard looking CNC machines - but the further in we ventured the clearer it became. There was an entire production line left in situ for making alloy wheels!
Each stage of the build process had its own machining area and the wheels were transported from one area to the next on a huge conveyor system - everything from milling, shot blasting, heat treatment, lacquering and pressure testing. Many of the machines had lot numbers attached and it was my guess that it wouldn't be long before everything including an immaculate rack of machine tools were auctioned off.
We gradually made our way to the front of the building, where the only notable room was a small laboratory - still half equipped. An enjoyable explore and a good end to the day.
Visited with Jaff Fox and thanks to H for his info.
This sign, roughly translated means: food and drink are strictly prohibited in the lacquer plant.