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  1. ForgottenBuildings

    Belgium Manoir Des Pientures - Sept. 2019

    History: This manoir was build around the end of the 1800s as a hunting lodge for a rich Belgium family. Throughout the years parts of the family decided to live here, It also expanded more trough the years. After the family decided to move out it was sold to a famous Belgium painter. You can...
  2. ForgottenBuildings

    Belgium Powerplant IM, July/2019

    A couple of months ago i visited a real classic in the urbex scene in Europe. Powerplant IM. This Powerplant was build in 1921 in a modernistic industrial style which was very futuristic for the time. The facility in its whole was also one of the most modern powerplants in the whole country...
  3. Kanika5985

    Belgium Sanatorium du Basil

    Hey.. i am from India and would love to see Sanatorium du Basil in Belgium. Does anyone know anything about it?
  4. Urban Relics

    Belgium Brains Tower - July 2018

    This was a really fun explore, even though it was quite challenging... It was challenging on a photography level, because the highest part of the tower was pitch black. Every photo we made up there had to be made with additional light. Luckily, to this end I always carry a small, but strong...
  5. Urban Relics

    Belgium Wet Dogs Plant - August 2018

    A friend asked me recently what my favorite location was so far. It would surely have to be one of the industrial sites I’ve visited and this one, an abandoned power plant, that was part of a large steel mill, was certainly among the top favorites! Even though the steel mill it was attached to...
  6. Urban Relics

    Belgium Four de C. - January 2019

    What better way to kick off the new year then to infiltrate in a still operational steelworks? When we took on this challenge, we knew that we would come across motion detectors and that there was active security on the premises. The question wasn't so much IF we were going to be caught, but...
  7. Urban Relics

    Hi from Belgium

    When I tried to join the forum a few days ago (been a bit fed up with all the facebook drama as of late and looking to expand my horizon), I noticed that my name was already being used here.... And apparently so was my email adress... ? Turns out I joined in January 2017 and then swiftly forgot...
  8. Urban Relics

    Belgium Chapelle de la Rose - May 2019

    At the end of the 13th century a convent was erected on the instructions of a noble lady who lived in this town. The convent at the same time served as a hospital and a monastery for the Augustinian sisters, who were responsible for the care of the sick. Barring a short interruption at the time...
  9. Tomvandutch

    Belgium Coking plant C. (Jan 2019)

    In 1958 it was put into operation as one of the most modern coking plants in the world and in 1981 it was extended by another battery. 2007, Due to the high environmental impact, the decommissioning of the coking plant. There were still discussions to modernize the coking plant for a...
  10. Tomvandutch

    Belgium Usine Skeleton (Jul. 2018)

    In this former factory building, the famous StreetArt artist ROA has created some great graffiti. The outbuildings have already been demolished and apartments have been built there. So it's only a matter of time until this location disappears.
  11. Tomvandutch

    Hospital B (Sep. 2018)

    In the meantime, the demolition work in this hospital is very advanced. Last year we had the opportunity to take some nice pictures there.
  12. Tomvandutch

    Belgium Transformers (Feb. 2019)

    On a main road in Belgium is an old factory site. There is not much left, but the machines already have something.
  13. Tomvandutch

    Belgium Maison Josepha (Feb. 2019)

    On a large main street is this little house. There is no vandalism here and many little details to discover.
  14. Tomvandutch

    Belgium Maison Martini (Sep. 2018)

    In a small Belgian village is this house on the roadside. There are still a few things that are worth being photographed. In the meantime it should not look like the pictures anymore .
  15. ForgottenBuildings

    Belgium Steel Mill HFB (visited in January 2019)

    History: A blast furnace is an installation that makes steel from iron ore and coke, this happens at a temperature of around 2400 degrees Celsius. When there is quick liquid in the oven, one is drilled open and the steel flows out Steel production and further activities in this area stopped in...
  16. Benjamin W.

    Belgium Cemetery of the cuddly toys - 03.2019

    I visited this little cemetery a few times in the last years cause it's not far from my home town. It is nothing unique but in the early daylight or the late evening light the atmosphere is fine. The pictures I made there before were not that bad but also not that special. This time it...
  17. Himeiji

    Belgium Night in Antwerp metro

    Last week I tried to go to Antwerp metro to take pictures of the tunnels, but the mission was fucked up, because one of the guys opened an emergency door as he wanted to see how alarm works... I only took one good picture by that moment and cannot express how strongly I was pissed off with...
  18. teddybear

    Belgium pumpstation X 03-2019

    A smal disused pump station.Those valves in the pitch-black basement ate quite large. Some indicators were still indicating and some control lights were still lit. Didn't stay here to long because of an irritating noise ? 1 I am in control IMG_4241-HDR-Edit by Bart Hamradio, on Flickr 2...
  19. Vancolen Kevin

    Belgium Plane in the woods visited feb 2019

    Just a small plane in a forest 
  20. Vancolen Kevin

    Belgium Small underground explore

    Very small undeground explore