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Report - The Neo-Gothic coal mine (Belgium)

slyv

explorer
28DL Full Member
#1
I finally took some time to process a few photos from this location.

They are called Hasard collieries, in Cheratte, Belgium. In French "Les Charbonnages du Hasard de Cheratte".

Dating back from the 1860's, closed since 30 years, this location is now ruined, raped, fucked up, being probably the most touristic place ever.

The Belgian Byberry.

Still, it remains photogenic and has and incredible atmosphere.

Photos taken between 2002 and 2009.



The full set is here: http://www.forbidden-places.net/urban-exploration-hasard-collieries-cheratte

Cheers, SlyV

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