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  1. On a main road in Belgium is an old factory site. There is not much left, but the machines already have something.
  2. The old library is a Victorian building dating from 1894, next to the former public swimming baths on Wellington Road. It is Grade II listed and closed in 1996. In the years since then it seems that several ventures to redevelop have failed so sadly it remains in a very neglected state. Much of the original features still can be seen though, including a children's mural created in 1931 by Herbert Wood. I was just about to throw in the towel having spent a good hour trying to figure out a way in. In the end it was quite simple - with a little good timing and imagination.
  3. On a large main street is this little house. There is no vandalism here and many little details to discover.
  4. This was originally a tandem mill for Wheeling-Pitt steel when it was opened, after it's closure about 12 years ago, it was bought by another steel firm - RG, this lasted until 2012, after it's closure, several of the outer buildings were used by a fracking firm that eventually pulled out in early 2017. Demolition started about a year ago and progress has been swift unfortunately. I apologize that some of the photos aren't that great of quality, I intend to do a revisit soon. I gotta watch for the cameras though lol
  5. I think everybody knows about this area and must not say much about it. We where there for 3 days in February and it was amazing. Enjoy the pics.
  6. 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 2011. Which brings an end to the more than 200-year-old steel production in Liège HFB by Hooismans, on Flickr Blast Furnace by Hooismans, on Flickr Blast Furnace by Hooismans, on Flickr HFB by Hooismans, on Flickr Laboratory by Hooismans, on Flickr Laboratory by Hooismans, on Flickr The house by Hooismans, on Flickr I also made a documentary on this place where i tell about the history of this place and how this factory worked in his heyday It is in dutch but it has subtitles Thanks for looking through!
  7. During the Cold War, this bunker was built as an auxiliary hospital. The overlying school was opened in the 60s while the hospital was officially inaugurated in the 80s. It offered 2,370 places and never went into operation. At the turn of the millennium, it was relieved of its responsibilities, the inventory transferred to other states, and the hospital will be soon demolished.
  8. This cooling tower and the adjoining gasometer have been abandoned for some time.
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