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Belgium Malterie L (aka the overlooked gem)

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Here is a case in point of not discounting something that looks a bit crap at first glance.

In very close proximity to Power Plant I is a pair of other buildings, and me being me I wanted to check them out as well. So we find a way into this one, and instantly I realise I don't recognise it from anywhere, there are things I've never seen photos of online not even on Belgian forums. I move upstairs, the next two floors consist of nothing except large holes where equipment used to be - but I push on upwards, and suddenly realise I'm stood in an almost totally intact Maltery - confirming my suspicions that the three buildings that formed this part of a much larger site were a totally separate operation to the rest. I love places like this, they're my favourite sort of industrial location and I wasn't lying to the others when I said I could have spent all day in there photographing it, but as we were pushed for time I was more rushed than I'd have liked :(

I reckon most people who had a look in here got to the floor with nothing in it and turned around....

We didn't actually have a look in the 3rd building but by a quick glance it didn't look as good as the other two - I'm probably wrong though, one for next time ;)

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A few more here http://www.flickr.com/photos/mookie427/sets/72157638433899485/ :P

This is one location I hope to revisit next time as I think it has so much more to give.

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Thats another slice of industrial goodness there and defo the type of place I could wander for hours as always great shots to be had.

Plus I cant recal seeing this place before either which is always another plus.

Nice work ,cool shots and quality share

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