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Jan Bommes

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This railyard was part of a larger facility - a freight depot that used to be one of the largest and most modern of its kind until World War II. Of the original freight depot, only parts remain after the main facilities weren't rebuilt after WWII. The railyard, that had been built after World War I, was hardly damaged in the war and was in constant operation, but lost its importance over the years.
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Aitor Arana

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The mill
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John McDonald

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Exterior views of former Bristol Babcock complexRuins of main buildingI have already written two posts on this industrial ruin. It is sad to report that the former Bristol Babcock complex is beyond salvage. I explored further...
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Creepy abandoned house (EVERYTHING LEFT BEHIND)
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+St. Eve Thanks for watching! :)
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THINK COVERT

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URBEX DE NUIT D'UNE USINE ET D'UNE GRUE, PLAAAH!
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John McDonald

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Ruins of Bristol complex in aftermath of fire I was a prodigious walker during my adolescence in Waterbury. During this time, I discovered more places than I could ever revisit in my current role of tourist on memory lane. In...
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Jan Bommes

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In the late 19th and the early 20th century, the glorification of Bismarck led to many communities and private people build so-called Bismarck-Columns of Bismarck-Towers to honor the German politician. This is one of them. This tower lies in the East of the the state of Schleswig-Holstein on top of a hill near a lake. A businessman from Hamburg...
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those location work better durning winter times when there is less green on the trees.
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John McDonald

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If I had a bucket list, this place would be near the top. Solo urb ex in Bridgeport, CT.
Exterior view of shot towerEntrance to shot towerChimney adjacent to shot towerIf you were to pick a Bridgeport landmark as iconic as Waterbury’s clock tower, you could do much worse than the Remington Arms Shot Tower. In tha...
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Jan Bommes

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This large depot was built by the Wehrmacht between 1939 and 1941. There are two areas - the main depot and the auxiliary depot. Both are about the same size of around 20 hectares. The photos on this page are from the main depot and the administration. From 1941 until 1945, it was used as a depot for uniforms and other materials the German army needed.
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Bros Of Decay

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We explored this amazing abandoned farm in luxemburg
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Roman Flössler (Flor cz)

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+Roman Flössler You're Welcome.
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John McDonald

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A trip to a former brass mill last used as a hazardous waste treatment facility.
Warehouse viewsMy second trip the former American Brass complex took me beyond the Crane Street building to a warehouse located on Freight Street that was last used by Environmental Waste Services, a company that handled cont...
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LostProductionsTM

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Hey , this community looks great full of hardworking , kind , helpful people ! Me and my buddy have just created a fresh YouTube channel which then lead us to making our first video ! The video , filmed in an old abandoned farm , is just a short film made up of a collection of cinematic videos , it would be great for someone to check our video out and give us feedback ! Maybe someone to make friends with and provide little bits of support to help our channel succeed ? Anyway , here is the video ! https://youtu.be/ICPH8C3T1dk
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John McDonald

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This is an update of an old post about a factory complex in my birthplace.
Waterbury's iconic clock tower rises above burned-out section of American Brass buildingA shell of brick is all that remains of this mill building I once had a relationship that I left because I felt that it would never impro...
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