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  1. ForgottenBuildings

    Report - Centrale Electrique Des Awirs - Belgium - September 2020/September 2021

    History: Centrale Des Awirs got established all the way back in the late 40s, just after the war. In this period the majority of industry was in ruins including many generating stations. This situation kick started a large project to built a series of brand new modern power stations all over...
  2. rvznb

    Back After A While - Pilor School, Train Service Station & Monastery

    It's been a while since i've been urbexing. Due to covid19, family suff and work i haven't found the time to get back into is. Today (27/12/21) i got into it again and went on an adventure. - Our first top was a abandoned pilot school in Wallonia, Belgium It's been a while since i've been here...
  3. ForgottenBuildings

    Report - Blast furnace Number 2 at Forges De Clabecq. - Belgium - Jul, 2020

    History: In 1909 a brand new modern steel site was built at the banks of a canal between Charleroi and Brussels. At the time steel was one of the largest industries in Wallonia and was truly booming in industrial hubs like Liège and Charleroi. The complex started with just two blast furnaces but...
  4. ForgottenBuildings

    Report - Manoir Beetle - Belgium - Jun. 2020

    History: This small manor is located in the middle of a mountainy region of the French speaking part of Belgium. The manor got built somewhere around the turn of the last century. Who the owner was of this house isn't clear because there isn't much information on the internet. The manor was...
  5. ForgottenBuildings

    Report - Google Church - Belgium - Jun 2020

    History: Somewhere in a former industrial hub lays this now forgotten church. This church dates all the way back the the 1800s at the time it was one of the most prosperous buildings in the valley. Nowadays this church has been closed for a couple of years due to it being declared unsafe by the...
  6. ForgottenBuildings

    Report - Charbonnage du B - November 2019

    The history of this coal mine started in 1907 the mine consisted of 2 pits. The mine closed in 1989 due to the decreasing demand for coal. It was an absolutely great place to explore! Coal tippers by ForgottenBuildings, on Flickr Tracks by ForgottenBuildings, on Flickr Tracks for head frame...
  7. ShutterSlut

    Maison Cinderella

    This is a mansion in Belgium with an amazing bit of ground around the mansion itself. The mansion is 4 levels high and has its own bar, kitchen, 6 bedrooms , 2 bathrooms, a attic and 3 stairs non of them connected. It is a beautifull locaties that is not so hard to acces . For more photo’s of...
  8. rvznb

    Steam Train - BELGIUM 2019

    This locomotive was built in 1922 by the "S.A. Des Forges-Usines & Fonderies The & "Haine-Saint-Pierre". Since then she has worked for years at "Scheerders Van Kerckhove" There she was deployed for pulling heavy cement trains on the factory site of the building materials company, which is still...
  9. TrevBish

    Report - Old Iron - Belgium - February 2019

    Hi all! Not sure on the history of this place but its been around a while. Not a bad place. Not that exciting but we were passing so thought we would have a mooch! A couple of nice cars.
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    Report - Maison Popeye - Belgium - 26/01/2019

    Hello again! This report actually finds its origin on the same day of my first and previous report. After a lot of extensive investigation I finally succeeded to find this exclusive and beautiful location. Since the location was nearly completely in tact (apart from some staged furniture...
  11. rvznb

    Abandoned Bath House - 2019 Belgium

    So after almost breaking our back's and ripping a tshirt and pair of pants we got in ... WAUW This location is one we wanted to do for a little while and it was such a great start of our 2019.
  12. TrevBish

    Report - Oceade – Brussels - Belgium - October 2018

    Océade was an indoor waterpark in Brussels, Belgium and the largest of its kind in the Brussels Capital Region. Originally part of a 3 park franchise, the other 2 parks located in France, it was the only park to remain in business after the French divisions closed. Running at a loss, the park...
  13. TrevBish

    Report - Caterpillar - Gosselies - Belgium - October 2018

    The factory opened in 1965 and closed at the end of 2017 with a loss of 2000 jobs. It was used for the production of Hydraulic Excavators, Medium Wheel Loaders and components. It was also the Headquarters for CAT Belgium. The site has security that patrol and enter the buildings. Friday 19th...