3 Eurovirgins and a Europro tour

Explore #49: Cooling Tower Petite Maison (aka the one with the shed), Belgium – April 2014

Explore #7 of the 3 Eurovirgins and a Europro tour Cooling Towers are like buses – who knew? You wait forever to explore one, and then two come along at once! After IM Cooling Tower our fourth location of the day was this little fella. I didn’t find it as visually interesting as IM Cooling Tower to be honest, but it didn’t hurt to pop in for a quick nose around. Just don’t ask me what a garden shed is…

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Explore #48: IM Cooling Tower, Belgium – April 2014

Explore #6 of the 3 Eurovirgins and a Europro tour After exploring Powerplant IM it was time to cross the river to the plant’s famous Cooling Tower. This involved a short drive around to the nearest bridge, via a small side street inhabited by a mentally-deficient local who pulled her car straight out into the side of mine without warning! The sound of the impact was horrendous and I was certain that my car was completely wrecked. But luckily they…

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Explore #47: Powerplant IM, Belgium – April 2014

Explore #5 of the 3 Eurovirgins and a Europro tour Next up on my Belgian weekender with the lovely guys and gal from Desolate Nation, Richard Gowen Photography and Rebecca Litchfield Photography was this vast industrial behemoth. Originally built in the 1920s Powerplant IM was once one of the largest coal-fired power stations in Belgium. The plant was extended to include gas power in the 1970s, but suffered negative media attention from the likes of Greenpeace, and was “mothballed” in…

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