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Nachdem er 15 Jahre für Nigeria Airways geflogen ist, wurde dieser Airbus A310-222 zu einem Cafe umgebaut. Zum ende wurde die location dann noch als Nachtclub genutzt. 
Das Highlight des Cafés, war die Terrasse auf der Tragfläche.
Ebenfalls steht noch ein Eisenbahnwagon auf dem Gelände, der als Eisdiele umgebaut und genutzt wurde.
Über einem der Eingänge hängt noch eine Cessna 150G.

Neben aktuellen Bilder habe ich, aus dem Internet, noch Bilder wie er zu den Zeiten als Cafe aussah.

 

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Interesting place.


But a note: In an English-speaking forum from the UK, it's a little counter-productive to write the reports in German... ;) 

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