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Today I visit some kind of factory buildings near a train station. I'm unsure if this was part of some other factory or if those were standalone buildings. One from the two had a cafeteria, so it appears plausible that this was a seperate firm. I'm saying that because the buildings are located on a industrial area where many companies, warehouses and such are located.

 

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Full: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmcr8Da

 

 

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vor 20 Minuten schrieb Dubbed Navigator:

Nice one, I do like that reflection :)

 

Thanks so much, I like it as well :)

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