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  1. Nice) I was there earlier this year, we encountered some people who are chilling out there on a regular basis at nights) We visited Croix Rouge and Champ-de-Mars last weekend. Still don't have time to sort my pictures)
  2. 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 already destroyed, but we managed to see the offices (mostly empty) and the sport centre with swimming pool in the basement. If you decide to go there, don't go to the building C, especially the lower floors!!! They have started demolishing them, we came in to one of the floors, and saw a creepy room completely covered with white film, from floor to ceiling, including doors and windows. Apparently, to protect the workers from asbestos. Just don't go there) Otherwise, buildings A and B are still fine. The keys on one of the pictures are from the data centre. It's now empty, they only left the keys) Here are also a couple of maps in case if someone wants to visit the place. The most interesting thing is that the building is guarded. Security are there 24/7. They are outside near building A, so be careful with the lights! At the level 2, at the border between buildings A and B, I left a short note on the side of one of escalators. You can try to find it) See the last picture, and the place is marked with big yellow circle on one of the maps.
  3. This happened a couple days after Vienna, but hell, yes! Our community is so small))) In Vienna I told a story about another crane, where the neighbor also called cops, but patrol didn't see us)
  4. I took some on my phone. Next time I will try to bring a camera. I usually don't take it for urbex because almost every time I end up running away from someone. I don't want to crash it) One conclusion that I made, if anyone wants to climb cranes in Luxembourg, do it after 1am. Better after 2am. Responsible neighbors are everywhere! Out of 3 cranes that we did recently cops were called twice.
  5. 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, but we were too lazy to walk around the district and just passed by the construction site again. I noticed a police car next to the entrance. While driving away, they saw us, stopped and started asking: - Were that you who just climbed a crane here? - No. That's not us. - Are you sure? - Yes, we are. After that they let us go))) I'd like to write a positive feedback on the work of our police, really)
  6. I wonder, what would they do if we'd come there in a big crowd, like 50 people) I don't think they have that many security, and even cops in that village))
  7. Leaving the country there're Arcelor Mittal plants in Luxembourg as well The first question of cops was actually about our nationalities. Perhaps, they have some ranking, like when you come to a tourist office, they usually ask from where you are) Who knows more stories?
  8. And what happened to other people? I'm curious) Security said, they catch someone every weekend.
  9. Actually, not so short) They caught us after 3h of hiding) In theory, we could maybe run the railway until the place where we could go out.
  10. Nice pictures) That's what I can add from my side)
  11. I think so. Someone had already told me the same... Yes, maybe, they wanted to build another station, but then discovered water underground and now checking if it's safe to build it there.
  12. They could've do a better security there, right now whoever can come in, install some explosives on rails and walk out. It's good that we came just to take pictures.
  13. That would be actually interesting to know what would happen) Yesterday I had a lot of discussions about Belgian soldiers who shoots everyone without asking because of terrorists and so on. From people who never done urbex, tho...
  14. The worst thing that could happen there - the tram driver would report it and we would get arrested on one of the two active stations, because there is no other way to get out. And I really didn't want this at the very beginning when we didn't see anything yet.
  15. For those who is planning to go to Antwerp metro! Beware that it's Belgium, and the actual presence of trams in the tunnels might not be consistent with their schedule! Being already inside one of the tunnels of the active line, we suddenly heard noise behind. I checked the schedule in advance, the next tram was supposed to be only in 8 min, but it was behind us now! There is nothing in the tunnel where one could hide in, so we had to run to the next station. We managed to hide there right before the tram arrived (thanks to the guy I was with, because he found a good place while I didn't know what to do ). I don't know if the driver saw us or not, but no one came to search for us.
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