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Explore #235: Inota November 7 Thermal Power Plant, aka Blade Runner 2049 / Shephard’s Power Plant, Hungary – September 2018

Explore #4 of the ‘Lightweights & Heavyweights’ Tour After our impromptu but very enjoyable mooch around Hajmaskér Barracks we headed back in the late afternoon to have another crack at infiltrating this large decaying power plant. A recce earlier in the day had been aborted due to numerous workers being on site undertaking demolition works. History (translated, abridged and rewritten from Wikipedia) Construction of the Inota thermal power plant began in March 1950, with the installation of various technical equipment…

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Explore #234: Hajmaskér Barracks, Hungary – September 2018

Explore #3 of the ‘Lightweights & Heavyweights’ Tour After our bucket list explore of Kelenföld Power Station we enjoyed a well-deserved McDonald’s breakfast, and then headed out of Budapest. Our next target was another huge derelict power station, but upon arrival there we found that demolition had started and the place was crawling with workers. So we decided to move on to another site we had pinned on our map – an abandoned military barracks… History (abridged and rewritten from…

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Explore #183: Pałac Glinka, Poland – May 2016

Explore #23 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ After our explore of Great Belcz we just had time to grab a quick external shot of one more crumbling palace… History (translated and rewritten from here). The Baroque Pałac Glinka was built in the 18th century by the Zobeltitz family. The building and landscaped parkland were expanded during the nineteenth century, and despite heavy fighting in the area it survived World War II relatively intact. In the post-war period, as with…

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