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Explore #198: Circle Industry cement factory, Italy – October 2016

Explore #11 of the ‘128mb SD Card Tour’ The final explore of our trip was a relaxed wander around the remains of a large abandoned cement factory… …we began with James deploying his finest fencing-hurdling access skills… …the view of the valley and lower parts of the cement works… Two huge milling / mixing pipes… I climbed inside a discarded section of milling pipe – it was hot, dusty, dark, and there was at least one angry hornet nesting further…

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Explore #196: La fabbrica dei colori, Italy – October 2016

Explore #9 of the ‘128mb SD Card Tour’ After leaving Villa Margherita we unfortunately had another run of fails, so ended an unsuccessful day with a mooch around the huge concrete shell of a former factory near where to we would be staying for the night. Despite our grumpy moods we still managed to find a few bits and pieces of moderate interest, including some colourful graffiti and a resident metal thief who was bashing away in another part of…

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Explore #159: Power Plant Puits Simon II (PS II), France – February 2016

Explore #6 of ‘The Smell of Cheap Cologne Tour’ The final morning of our long weekender saw us hop yet another border, this time into France to explore the decaying remains of a power plant for a large coal mine with a past tinged by tragedy… History Siège Simon was one of the largest coalmines in the Lorraine region of France, with five mine shafts. Coal deposits were first identified in the region by geological surveys between 1817 and 1849,…

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