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Report - Abandoned Fish warehouse, Keelung, Taiwan 06/07/2013

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by Clarence Trumble-Lovegod, Jul 7, 2013.

  1. Clarence Trumble-Lovegod

    Clarence Trumble-Lovegod 28DL Full Member
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    Not much information about this site except that the factory closed in the late 90's. The site is a very concrete affair consisting of 2 floors, the first floor containing former refrigeration rooms for seafood storage and administration areas on the second floor.

    We stumbled upon this site while looking for something a bit more exciting. However, in the end it was a nice find with cheap relics from the 90's scattered all over the place.

    And 3 inch long wasps.

    Anyway, the complex from another nearby roof:

    The site from the ground:

    A refrigeration room:

    Admin block and various paperwork concerning trucks:



    Yea man! A JEABAM 5500:

    Weirdly, there were a lot of toys in the office:

    I swear I didn't place this:



    3 inch wasp. It looks small because I am about 8 miles away from it. If they sting you, you know about it (for the short time before you pass out and someone has to take you to hospital):

    Lab testing vials and stamps:

    An old torch:

    Cage lift:



    OK - that's about all I could squeeze from this explore.

    Oh, and just to inform you all in the UK at the moment that this explore took place in temperatures of 35 degrees C. That's swimming in the sea weather.

    So I did.

    Shortly after.



    Take care guys, and thanks for looking.

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