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A trip through an abandoned pig slaughterhouse. Here you can follow the last path of a pig.
1 round them up
IMG_1974-Edit by Bart Hamradio, on Flickr
2 dead pig walking
IMG_1990-Edit by Bart Hamradio, on Flickr
The office building of the Textima company in east germany was left behind with most of the stuff inside after the wall was fallen.
Really beautiful to see the natural decay without much of vandalism.
We couldn't see everything of the building cause the demolishing had already started while we have been inside.
The only part which was saved is the old Textima logo.
We visited this italian monastery this year.
It' seems to be a peaceful place so we decided to sleep there (inside the car) . It's build on a hill with a nice view, also at night.
Everything is open and it looks like that it's absolutely o.k. to visit it cause also normal italien people come to visit it.
We were pretty lucky with the weather this morning with much of mist.
There is a huge roof terrace where I used my drone to make some pictures and videos.
Sadly I lost my drone on this italy trip so I can't show You the stuff I made from bird's eye view.
I have sat on this one for a fair while.earlier in the year I made quite a lot of trips here trying to find various bits of it.I had been on a visit here years ago and saw some bits,but I knew there was so much more to it.being near to me it was essy to go regularly to check it out.there is security on the site and cameras.so you just have to be a bit careful.Coltishall is now used as an industrial estate with many old buildings in use.it started off as battle of Britain fighter base during the second world war.fighter planes off various sorts were flown from here including hurricanes and spitfires.after the war it was used heavily in the cold war and was designated as a V bomber dispersal site.basically a back up airfield if the aircrafts hme airfield was damaged.the last planes to be based here was the jaguar jets.these saw service in the first gulf war.with the introduction of the euro fighter Coltishall was deemed none essential and so the station closed in 2006.it was a big question what was going to happen to the site.then Norfolk county council stepped in and bought it and this raised a few eyebrows.there track record is not great.
I have visited the officers mess a few times meeting up with pretty vacant and JSP o one time as they visited too.the sergeants mess though is like the officers mess but not so grand.here the NCO's could relax and unwind,there was accommodation provided on the wings and a new block added.
The more modern accommodation blocks.
As usual with the armed forces recreation is a big factor.on coltishall there was a pool,gym and five aside football plus fields for grass sports.sadly the gym is a no go now.
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