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    This doctor's office with adjoining villa has been empty for almost a quarter of a century. The last records are from 1994.
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    History This colliery was opened in 1901 due to the increasing demand of coal in this heavy industrialized area of Germany. After that this coal mine grew rapidly in the amount of employees and the amount of coal that was made in this place, this complex made on its peak around 9000 tons coal per day. In 1997 this coal mine was sold to another big german coal mining concern. in 2010 this place needed to be shut down to new environmental reasons and because mining coal in this area was outdated and too expensive. Our explore: when we went to this place we didn't really knew what to expect of this place this was because we didn't really saw any photos of this place at that time, i only knew that there was a nice cooling tower on this site and that there was a control room somewhere. When we entered the complex we could pretty much walk free around, there warent any camera's or sensors at the time of exploring. After walking around for awhile we found an entrance to the admin building. When we got inside we were absolutely staggered with the state this building was in. Everything was still like the closing day in 2010, and it was really nice and warm inside (75 degrees Fahrenheit). There was also an amazing room full of baskets, this one is probably one of the better examples. I really liked exploring this place! Elephant by Hooismans, on Flickr Bergwerk HR by Hooismans, on Flickr Cooling Tower by Hooismans, on Flickr Cooling Tower by Hooismans, on Flickr Bergwerk HR by Hooismans, on Flickr Baskets by Hooismans, on Flickr I also made a video of this place where i tell the history of this place. And where i explain were certain rooms were used for. It is is dutch but i has Subtitles. Thanks for reading through!
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    My friend Kiril make handstand at the top of 100m high abandoned chimney. Concentration, strength and courage!
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    Explored with my partner, who told me about this place, was completely unaware that i was passing it on the bus every day until she told me about it... Wasn't really expecting it to be that good but really enjoyed it. Didn't look like we were going to find a way in at first but i found what i thought was a pretty cool access point, even if it was a bit cobweby Not sure exactly when it closed but they closed due to being an awful place to leave your dog, they sound pretty bad and from what I've heard i wouldn't leave a dog with them. Here is a 'review' from 2008; "We have used the one at Greeba a few years back and I decided not to return when, on collection, our Lab jumped into the boot of the car with such force that he, literally, bounced back out again. I also read in the paper not long after that they had lost a dog and some kind of hearing resulted. I can't remember if they had their licence revoked or had been fined, but they stopped taking boarders after that."
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    Nice report, interesting too, been to a fair number of kennels in my time, all open though
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    Never seen before. Great that it's still in good condition and also a great set of pics!
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    Pretty cool and a bit different too mate Suppose being on an island it keeps the tourbus away
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    Little trip to Wales over the weekend with Booie. This was a detour on the way home yesterday. Closed suddenly about 7 years ago and now up for auction. This lovely care home would have looked very grand in its prime no cheap plastic furniture here
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    Dieses Sanatorium wurde 1898 gegründet und diente im WK I als Lazarett. 1965 kam dan die Umwandlung in ein normales Krankenhaus und 2000 folgte dann die komplette Schließung.
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