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  1. This is my personal sweet spot. It is an abandoned cement factory. It was built in 1949 and was the big employer of the residents in the nearby small town. After ww2 the need for cement was enormous due to the building of new houses. It was closed in 1981, after that some recycling experiments were done until the place was completely abandoned in 2003.
  2. Hello guys! It would mean alot to me if you took the time and watched my first urban exploring video. Its from an old house i found when i was young, and i just got in to making movies so i did a movie about this house. Happy to hear your toughts. Cheers from Sweden.
  3. A few older photos (summer 2010) of an abandoned hotel from the 20s in Sweden. Although the quality of the images is not the best, but I think the place is worth to be shown. part one 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
  4. Visited this place manytimes tho never done a proper explore or shoot there always just nipped in on the way home or to work or somewhere else so this is an amalgamation . Graffitied to hell and back but still holds beauty, visited with DHX inspiring lady , inspiring place. No Historys im afarid i know they have permission to demolish it now. Pix [ The empty chair The not so empty chair x all feedback welcome thanks for looking More on Flickr
  5. Visited with TCake lightning visit, lots of negotiating with the the local people to find and the gain an access route to this one Carls Shaft Major investments were made ​​in 1949-1954 to meet an increasing demand for iron ore . Despite this, the mine closed in 1967, partly as a result of intensifying international competition and a decline in Western European economy around 1966-1967. [4] The annual output of the mine closure was about 250 000 tonnes. Pics ....and from the roof Thanks
  6. Dating back to 1659 the bruk iron and steelworks here had a long and rich history suporting the local town and bringing the railway, after successful busniess through the 70s mismamangemnt and import export brough bancruptcy and many new owners , closing finally in the 90s, now some of the units on siote are rented to artists and the is a museum too. Visited with DHX amd two non members (well know swedish explorers) A great day was had , the site is so massive one day is just not enough and a revisit is called for sometime. Pictures External from back of building 1 In control kanske Doors to doom Long way down It doesn't say "Co#ks" These are not the droids you are looking for...... ChainZ n shiZ Thanks for looking FLickr
  7. Amalgamation of two visits to this site, first vist with (DHX) and second solo, big site still used by military fro training and has some active parts too, i have no real history on it given its swedishness and my newness to the country , it did have a kalklinbana of some variety to move lime from the quarry to this site. First visit shared with the Swedish Army so ninja skills where required Externals for Perspective Internals Flickr Thanks for looking
  8. Been noseying around Sweden for a couple of years and joined forces with Tassadar a while back. Now we do a bit of both UK and Sweden. Look forward to seeing what will pop up here