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Day 2, site 2 on the 'N.K.P.S 1100 Belgium Tour' and after an unexpected lay in at Motel Das Wahlfart and a quick breakfast of coffee, Belgian pastries and roll ups we arrived at the one at the top of our list, and BOY did it deliver!! An abandoned doctors surgery... Implements and drugs still in situ... Clothes in the wardrobes... Tidy looking motor in the garage... And to top it all off? An urbex badger!!

Had a good 3 hours in here and it wasn't enough!!

(No pics from NK on this report unfortunately, she's got computer issues!! She'll pop some up once it's sorted)

'Take a seat, the doctor while see you shortly'





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Vorsprung Derp Technic

(As they say in Belgium)


Thanks for lookin in peeps... Still a couple more sites to report on!

So keep 'em peeled!! :D

Edited by Perjury Saint

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wevs youve been here!! pepitos or something like that i think

nah not one ive been to..im more an industrial kinda guy,only did 2 places like this ,tapioca(well slept in it) and vanestte..:P

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We rename quite a lot of the places we do... 'Morphine' seemed so much more appropriate due to all the vials of it left in there... :)

A little bit confusing to rename a lot of locations, but thats my opinion

Nice repo it's gives a good overview of this place

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