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    • By franconiangirl
      In the middle of the woods, they appear all of a sudden: giant walls and ruins as well as holes hidden beneath branchwood and covered by foliage - the remnants of an old shooting range of the German Wehrmacht (the armed forces of Nazi-Germany). Even the soil itself is still cotaminated by bullets and casings. The remains can be identified as ammunition from the Wehrmacht as well as from the Bundeswehr and the US-Army, which prove that all of these three armies used the area for their shooting exercises.

      Unfortunately, I haven´t come across confirmed historical sources concerning the former shooting range, but it seems to be obvious that the area was a shooting range built by the Wehrmacht. Not confirmed sources indicate that the US-Americans blasted the buildings after World War II. After the destruction the area was apparently still used for military exercises on occasion. 

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    • By Stevepg
      March 2019
      Situated in picturesque Gog Countryt his former care home for the elderly recently sold at auction for £600k is huge inside with a few bits and bobs;
      and some alas goontuber tagging a lot has changed since other explorers have been onsite last year










































    • By Vancolen Kevin
      Just a small plane in a forest 

    • By Landie_Man
      A rather apt explore after exploring an Iron Works earlier in the morning!  After Stanton, Mookster and I headed for this little industrial Gem and met Mattdonut and James Smith inside.
      It was a bit of a trek through some undergrowth and tumbledown sheds full of all the old moulds and casts; but it was well worth it.
       
      The original company at this premises began manufacturing cast iron pipes back in the 1940s. By the 1980s; there was a management buy out and the company was renamed.
      It then closed again around two decades later and again; changed hands and was renamed; remaining in operation until it closed for the final time a few years ago.
       
      The whole site is split in two by a lovely iron railway bridge with the casting storage sheds and workshops on one side and the main foundry building on the other side of the bridge. 
      It was a lovely treasure trove of an explore with plenty to see inside!
       
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      Thanks For Looking!
       
      More At:
      https://www.flickr.com/photos/landie_man/albums/72157706470238285
    • By Stevepg
      it looks like this place is being cleaned up or there are squatters; a mate went 3 hours after me and there was a guy on site working; alas someone has nicked all the dildos; vainglorious dickheads have also been on site "tagging"
      still some cracking vintage porn to be seen as well as some great items 
      the guy was sure a hoarder

















































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