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Report - CSGD & HF4 - Belgium - August 2013

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by Chaos, Aug 20, 2013.

  1. Chaos

    Chaos 28DL Regular User
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    CSGD & HF4 - Belgium

    Visited with Nobby and Markymark


    Borrowed from Nobby's report


    We had no idea where to begin, this place is massive, an absolute behemoth of a place. It dwarfs the likes of Pyestock, Thamesteel etc. The weather was once again searing, touching over 30 degrees, we decided on a potential entry point and just went for it, in our less-than-suitable all-black exploring gear, we were glad to get into the shade and behold what stood before us. We probably only explored about 1/4 of this site, we ran out of time, daylight and energy. The place is disgusting, everything is filthy and covered in a sooty black dust which gets everywhere, by the time we came out, our skin was the same colour as our clothes.

    As we made our way gradually through the buildings, all you could hear was the buzz of high voltage electricity, the place has clearly been mothballed and could sprint into action again at the drop of a hat. Control panels of illuminated switches scream "press me, press me" but I was strong to resist the temptation.

    Partway into the explore, we spotted fresh dog paw prints in the dirt so decided to be extra vigilant with regards to being stealthy. Thankfully it paid off and we remained undetected. Whilst we were up at a high vantage point, we saw a jeep doing his patrols, Markymark was still down below and didn't see my warning text in time. Thankfully he ducked and hid when he heard the jeep coming which ended up being a very close call, the guard was virtually breathing on him, it was so close.













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