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Report - A totally undistinguished yet oddly intriguing and intact heating plant - Bavaria '12


Germany is the "wurst"
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This one's a bit tricky, as it's still in great shape and in the middle of stuff, so I beg your indulgence if I'm not big on specifics.

It's a furnace plant that provided heat to a very large German pre-war industrial campus. I don't know any history of it, except that it was finally closed down in the early 2000s, and is pretty much in mint condition with the exception of 2-3 graffitis and a very small amount of trash left by cable thieves.

Visited with Störfaktor, after a pretty intensive set of contortions and yanky-pully and muscly-pushy required to get in (yet, surprisingly, without anything being broken, including me as I squeezed in underneath a very very heavy set of steel plates, ow).

Apologies if some of it's repetitive, the number of things to take pictures of was just too cool.



Any Germans in the house?









All the rest at kosmograd dot net which really isn't worth it right now because I appear to have broken my Wordpress theme, and it's a pile of shit anyway and I need to replace it, sorry.
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