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My first post to this forum.

Today we visited a factory somewhere in Belgium. 

It used to be a plant where soda but mostly water was bottled and then prepared for distribution to grocery stores in Belgium and surrounding countries. 

The factory stopped being productive because of  a severe collapse of the roof. 

We didn't have any hightech-equipment so I used my iPhone to make some pics. enjoy!fullsizeoutput_3b.jpeg.5824a454cba7fbd96d4b117f2ab6b45d.jpeg

 

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Welcome along and good first post :)

 

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The factory stopped being productive because of  a severe collapse of the roof

 

I can see how that might present a problem to productivity :3_grin:

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