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Explore #214: Usine Skeleton aka la farandole des morts, Belgium – August 2017

Explore #6 of ‘The Greased Otters Tour’. Time for something a little different, but hopefully still visually interesting… History This site was a printing and publishing company, originally run in a nearby city from the end of the 19th century, but relocated and expanded at this location behind the family’s home in 1935. Over time the focus of the business moved from postcards and photographs to more commercial printing, such as labels. Between 1948 and 1976 ownership passed into the…

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Explore #62a (revisit): Chateau d’Ah, Belgium – September 2014

Explore #8 of the Taking the Piscine Tour Day Three. We started our third and final day of the Belgium weekender with another revisit (for me) – the picturesque Chateau d’Ah. My report from my first explore can be seen here. Our Explore As with the first time I explored here, we arrived about an hour too early before dawn, so I spent the time have a nice lie down on the floor of one of the rooms and admiring…

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Explore #96: Krampnitz Kaserne, Germany – August 2014

Explore #8 of the Berlin or Bust Tour Day Three After spending the morning finishing off our exploring of the Beelitz Women’s Sanatorium and lung clinic and surgery building we made a very quick stopover at this site whilst heading to another location further North. History (Adapted from wikipedia) Krampnitz Kaserne is a former military complex of over 50 buildings in Potsdam, Germany. The site was used by the German army from 1937, when the cavalry moved its school from…

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