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Report - Misc. spots from the north of Denmark

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by bbcdenmark, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. bbcdenmark

    bbcdenmark 28DL Full Member
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    We are three guys who usally visits the local spots together. This report is from 4 different spots in North Jutland / Denmark.

    The first spot is from Aalborg, which is the 4th largest city in Denmark. The port is full of old industrial sites and we wanted to go up and check out the view from one of the highest buildings. The area has a security company to keep urbex guys away, but no luck this time :-)

    #1 - It used to be an old grain warehouse, but now it's standing there, 140ft high and doing nothing. This picture is taken inside the building from the top and down.


    #2 - Here I'm on the roof. It was windy and no fence around the 140 feet free fall :eek:


    The next spot is from an old heating industry place. There used to be a large machine in the 60ft deep basement, but now it's empty. The basement entrance is hidden well in the dark side of the building.

    #3 - From the 60ft deep basement

    The third spot is well known to Danish urbex people. In here they used to make heating briquettes in the old days.

    #4 - The old building in B/W

    The 4th and last spot was a piggy slaughter house and they closed down all production in 2009 and reopened without luck for a month in 2010. We managed to get inside and this was a first class spot. "Was", because the place has been sold again now and all machines will be removed.

    #5 - Knifes are still hanging around. And they are still sharp like he..

    #6 - I guess it's a place where they weight and wash the piggys before giving them the knife.

    #7 - Meat hooks - and they were everywhere

    Thanks for reading!

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