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Belgium Factory 2601 | May 2015

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Hi everybody,

This is my first thread on this forum so I hope you will like it! :D

Visit this old factory/storage room a couple of months ago. It was not very easy to get in, little lucky that there was only 1 door still open, all others where locked or sealed with bricks.

Here are some pictures:

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Thanks for watching! :)

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Nice one mate :thumb Some pretty good graffiti/art there. Dont mind it if its good :ugeek:

Welcome in :)

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Good to see more from this place. I've realised now that the paintings are by the same guy from the graffiti school, he does amazing artwork. There are some nice items left behind too though and your pics are really nice. Great first report and look forward to seeing more :thumb

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Good to see more from this place. I've realised now that the paintings are by the same guy from the graffiti school, he does amazing artwork. There are some nice items left behind too though and your pics are really nice. Great first report and look forward to seeing more :thumb

Thanks mate! Really appreciated.

The paitings are from the same guy yes, I even know him personally ;) he has another location where he did some very nice paitings also.

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