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Report - Blast Furnace / Haut Fourneau B, Belgium - November 2014.

jST

LLS.
Regular User
#1
Greetings, here's another of Belgium's mighty Industrial abandonments that I've had a desire to thoroughly explore since we visited its bigger brother, HF6, in March this year.

Poor weather and pissing rain to start off meant that we trudged along the approaching railway lines a bit glum (and hungover from the night before) but on entering this wonderful, rusty, delicious zone our spirits lifted and we enjoyed an entire morning taking photographs and climbing up and down things.

As usual, I took a lot of photographs, sorry but I can't help myself when presented with such a place... Just the right amount of dereliction, loads of stuff to look at and powerplant for good measure. :bananapopcorn

Accompanied by: Cregg / Gammon Slice / Clothed over / MJS.

Photos:

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Up top (ish) It was really windy and I wasn't brave enough to climb the spiral staircase.

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Blast Furnace:

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Powerplant:

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Around and about:

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Thanks for taking the time and having patience to look through these photographs.
 

Wevsky

A Predisposed Tourist
Regular User
#12
That furnace is so much nicer than HF6 ..didnt get to close to it so its nice to see some indepth shots around the place
 

host

28DL Regular User
Regular User
#13
Moist comes to mind…another stunning set. i can upload some shots of my baby if you like its all i've done in the past three months..