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Explore #204: ‘Steampunk Commander’ powerplant, Belgium – May 2017

Explore #3 of the ‘Hot Filth Tour’ Crossing over into Belgium on Day One of our industrial-focussed exploring weekend, we made a quick stopover to see this picturesque little control room. Please excuse the uber-naff Urbex ‘codename’ for the location – nothing to do with me! History I’ve not been able to find any details directly, but according to other reports this was once a ‘turbo-jet’ powered plant. Its purpose was to enable very quick electricity generation to meet spikes…

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Explore #171: VEB Strömungswerke, Germany – May 2016

Explore #11 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ Next stop on our roadtrip were some rather special stairs… History (translated, abridged and rewritten from here) VEB Strömungswerke was an East German ‘flow works’ manufacturer which designed and built jet engines for the aviation industry, including the first German passenger jet. After reunification production continued until the early 1990s. The large production complex was built in the post-war modernist style between 1956-58. Building number 64 was the former dining house for…

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Explore #169: Villa Symmetry, Germany – May 2016

Explore #9 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ Sorry for the long delay since my last post – it’s been a busy couple of months at work, home, and on holiday! I’ve got the next batch of reports from my never-ending backlog coming up now – first a short and sweet one from this little gem. I think it was a former guesthouse/lodge in a picturesque alpine region of East Germany. As always, click on a photo to VIEW LARGE…

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