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Belgium Red Fire Truck Hospital - July 2013

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After setting up camp for the first day, we headed here to the derpy hospital with the infamous red fire truck as the sun was setting.

With locals in their garden having a BBQ, we tried to be stealthy, but soon gave up as the fire truck was in clear view of them. They didn't even bat an eyelid at us thankfully.

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Thanks for looking :)

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Looks good. Not much to see inside but but the truck and the stairwells are what you go for :)

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We didn't go inside as I was told it was wrecked, wish we'd checked it out now. Nice work dude. :)

Yeah it is fairly stripped out, but still had lots of nice details and angles oh and a lot of derpyness!

I dunno if I could ever not go in a building if its open, even just for a quick wander.

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Nah still looks a good explore to me, lots of architecture I quite like, the stairs, and a rooftop! Got some nice angles :)

Did anyone play in the fire engine? Half expected to see a pic of Goggleman flying down the road in it :o

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