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  1. Tomvandutch

    Luxembourg Powerplant X (May 2019)

    This former power station is located on a huge, still in operation, steel mill. Some halls have not been entered for years. What you find here is definitely industrial history and comes from the beginning of industrialization. The steel mill was founded in 1873.
  2. franconiangirl

    Luxembourg Maison Anna - Sept. '18

    The small and simple house is a building that might be overlooked pretty easily. Yet, upon entering the small world of the former owner reveals itself. Anna's small realm appeared simple but pretty cosy as well. Faith was visible part of her life. She was a nun who was also engaged in missionary...
  3. Himeiji

    European Commission, Jean Monnet building - August 2018

    Recently we visited the Jean Monnet building of the European Commission in Luxembourg city, which is about to be demolished.  The building was closed because they discovered asbestos in the air in block C. Unfortunately, we came too late and the most interesting part (Conference Centre) was...
  4. Himeiji

    Climbing cranes in Luxembourg

    I want to tell a funny story that happened recently in Luxembourg city. We decided to climb a crane. When we were at the top, someone spotted us and apparently called police, but we left before they arrived.  What happened further. We cleaned our clothes, and after a while decided to go home...
  5. teddybear

    mine des chevaux 2018

    A large abandoned iron mine with miles of tunnels and several levels. We've been here 3 times and still not seen a fraction of it. Yet we walked 20 Km in there. There should be some big vehicles in there but only found some tracks. But we found  a lot of little things like old miner boot with...
  6. Ghost-Scooter

    Luxembourg Maison Kirsch - Luxembourg - May 2018

    On my way back from Belgium I stopped at Maison Kirsch at Luxemburg. #1 DSC01703-Bearbeitet-Bearbeitet by Ghost-Scooter, auf Flickr #2 DSC01743-Bearbeitet-Bearbeitet by Ghost-Scooter, auf Flickr #3 DSC01705-Bearbeitet-Bearbeitet by Ghost-Scooter, auf Flickr #4...
  7. Arborshate

    Belgium BeLux-Industry-Tour, September 2017

    Hey everyone! It's been a while since our small Belgium/Luxembuorg/France-Roadtrip in September, but now I finally had the time to recall this one and edit some of the images. As I'm totally new to photography, I would be very delighted to hear your opinion on the photos and processing! (...
  8. Andy

    Terre Rouge (visited 10/2017)

    In the silos of the blast furnace Terre Rouge, iron ore and lime was stored, mixed and then burned in the blast furnaces. The gases were used to power the nearby thermal power plant "Central Thermique", which was built in 1951 and closed in 1997. The power plant is currently being demolished.  ...
  9. WildBoyz

    France Ouvrage Latiremont, France - August 2017

    History Ouvrage Latiremont is a gros ouvrage (large work) of the Maginot Line – a line of concrete fortifications, obstacles and weapon installations built by France in the 1930s to deter invasion by Germany. The site of Ouvrage Latiremont was selected and approved by the Commission...
  10. TrevBish.co.uk

    Power Plant X - Luxembourg - July 2017

    Really nice looking power plant. Its next to a live steel works and it is currently undergoing restoration. There is a science museum next door. I loved the vintage industrial feel of the place.  Thanks for looking!
  11. SpiderMonkey

    Power Plant X, Luxembourg - April 2017

    These two old power stations sit on the edge of a live steelworks site. There is some really impressive old industry to see here, including a massive old gas engine hall which still contains one huge engine, which was actually the biggest of its kind in the world.  All that's left of the other...
  12. Vief

    Maison Greiveldinger - Dec '15

    I've visit this sort of farmhouse at the end of last year. During a little vacation in Luxembourg I had the change to take a look at this place. I'm suprised that there is no other topic about this one on os.  On the outside it looked a bit scary, hidden by trees and bushes. On the inside...
  13. AndyK!

    Blast Furnace Night Climb - Luxembourg (May 2015)

    Arriving in the centre of Belval in Luxembourg, one can not help but look up at the huge blast furnaces which dominate the skyline. Ultra-modern high-rises and new-builds butted up against these giants are dwarfed. Looking at the building site at the base, we glance at each other.... "We NEED to...
  14. DugieUK

    Maison Kirsch, Luxembourg, November 2014

    Maison Kirsch, Luxembourg Visited with: PG UE and Scott Chadwick. Visit date: November 2014 Please Note: Entry is always through an open access point and not by forcing our way in….. We are explorers, not vandals. History No history available at this time, however, if I manage to find...
  15. Scorpio

    Hello from Luxembourg

    Hi all, A quick hello from Central Europe (Luxembourg), I'm Looking forward to get inspired from you guys. I've been into photography on and off for 10.years, currently using a Canon 600D. have a great day, Martin
  16. mookster

    Hotel du Coin, Luxembourg July '14

    Nestled in a small town in Luxembourg sits a very strange hotel, it certainly is up there with the weirder locations I have explored. According to the sign outside it was indeed a hotel and certainly looks that way, but the whole place has a Mary Celeste feel about it, like everyone just...
  17. mookster

    Centrale Thermique Power Station, Luxembourg July '14

    One of the oldest of oldschool Euro locations is Centrale Thermique in Luxembourg, the first derelict power station I can remember seeing photos of. For ages I thought it was demolished until I saw some photos pop up recently and suddenly it was back on the agenda. It may be smashed and bashed...
  18. mookster

    Terres Rouge, Luxembourg, July '14

    Terres Rouge was just a part of a massive, sprawling series of industrial facilities which once dominated a small city in Luxembourg, this portion appears to have been some sort of mega cement works, as there is cement dust absolutely EVERYWHERE and everything that you wear and own will get...
  19. Timster1973

    Luxembourg Central Thermique - Luxembourg - Visited May 2013

    Evening all, Giving myself a break from posting up residential places, I thought I'd post up an industrial location which was right on the border between Luxembourg and France and formed part of our first full day in Luxembourg before we left for France. We parked up and made our way over...
  20. Timster1973

    Luxembourg Maison Kirsch - Luxembourg - May 2013

    Evening all, Sorry, one more residential one from me........ I told you that Luxembourg was full of residential stuff but I'll stop for a bit after this ;) This was first light, first morning in Luxembourg. We popped out for this at early doors and then went back for a shower and breakfast at...