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Report - Traction Sud, Belgium [July 13']

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by xclementx, May 11, 2016.

  1. xclementx

    xclementx 28DL Full Member
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    That's a playground! Not "really abandonned", cause the owner is living really close...but the junkyard is here !

    We did it really fast, more than three hours to explore all the site (Maybe because of the crazy nationalist owner ???). But you can easily make it in half of a day !

    I think must of the cars are gone today...

    - Story from http://photos.bruxelles5.info/traction
    "Deep into the south of Belgium there is a huge junkyard/graveyard full of army trucks and cars fallen into decay. This yunkyard is named "Traction Sud" and is in fact a garage for repair and reconstructing of old vehicles. The large back yard of this garage has a wide diversity of abandoned and disused army trucks and cars. There are also a lot of fire trucks and ambulances to find. Including a few red cross Volkswagens. [...]

    All though most of the engines are damaged and that there is no petrol loaded, some of them still have the starting keys into the igniter. It's fascinated to see these army trucks into the bush, green on green.
    As you can expect the owner of the yunkyard is not happy with the attraction of urban explorers. It's supposed to stay hidden and uncovered into the bush. Hopefully the camouflage will do!"


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