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Report - Beckers Fargfabriken, Stockholm - November 2017


AuntieKnickers

inquisitive historian
Regular User
So, Landed in Sweden and met up with some long haired fella by the name of Tassadar and walked of in the direction of the first derelict location of the weekend.

Visited with @The Stig, Tassadar and another explorer.

We had attempted this building the last visit to Stockholm but didn't have any luck. After a wonder managed to get ourselves within the perimeter fence, now we had to find a way in. On climbing the loading docks a security bloke starts shouting in Swedish....thinking that we were going to be told to leave, Tassadar translated the fact he was telling us where there was a palate to climb up (as a ladder), then where the access point was. I love Sweden, people love explorers there.

Due to part of this site being live and one of the buildings being turned into a Art Museum/Café there isn't much in the way of History. From what we know it was once a Paint Factory and Offices (I will update if I find more)

On with the pictures.

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Thanks for looking
 

Torch the porch monkey

Urbex monkey
28DL Full Member
So, Landed in Sweden and met up with some long haired fella by the name of Tassadar and walked of in the direction of the first derelict location of the weekend.

Visited with @The Stig, Tassadar and another explorer.

We had attempted this building the last visit to Stockholm but didn't have any luck. After a wonder managed to get ourselves within the perimeter fence, now we had to find a way in. On climbing the loading docks a security bloke starts shouting in Swedish....thinking that we were going to be told to leave, Tassadar translated the fact he was telling us where there was a palate to climb up (as a ladder), then where the access point was. I love Sweden, people love explorers there.

Due to part of this site being live and one of the buildings being turned into a Art Museum/Café there isn't much in the way of History. From what we know it was once a Paint Factory and Offices (I will update if I find more)

On with the pictures.



Thanks for looking
Super jealous, nice pics regardless:thumb
 

Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
Regular User
Great report AK. Love the views, the graffiti, old machines. It looks huge. 7 & 9 so cool, love it when reflections come out well. :D
 

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