By Vancolen Kevin
I had an awesome time here, it's a huge abandoned factory
It's still guarded, but easy to visit ..
I've spend a lot of time inside and a local person also told us about the history of the place.
His family didn't have any hot water, so when he was a child , his mother used to take him to the factory to give him a bath .
By a World in Ruins
Once in a while a house appears that is just something else and this house was one of those. Visited with Ninja Kitten one cold November day. I know a lot of history to this house but will hold it back to protect the house. Giving too much detail of its history along with names would compromise it. The photographs can speak for themselves. A veritable feast of dusty vintage artefacts locked in another time. The bedroom pictured here looked as if it had remained as it was when the very young soldier perished in WW1. An organic museum if ever there was one in existence. A museum to a fallen soldier.
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This is one for the history books, I am really unsure how long this factory will stay how it is. It's one of the best, if not the best spot, that I have ever visited. It looked like there had been some vandalism at first when we entered, but in the upper and other parts of the factory, everything looks so untouched, it's unbelievable.
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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.