Author Inferno FS - Last updated: 23.06.2013

May 2013, visited with Larzz

As we already scouted this location a few months ago, our urbex weekend was the ideal opportunity to finally visit it. We entered via the same way we went in last time and soon were struck speechless once more.
This site hasn’t been abandoned for very long and lights are still on everywhere. The neighboring factory makes so much noise it makes it look as if the site is still alive. There’s about two hours of daylight left so we have to move fast. Snapping pics as we go. Since we spotted a police helicopter circling the area while moving between locations, we keep our guard.

Compared to this site, Heavy Metal looks like a smith’s shop. Continuous casting is one of the most efficient ways of making steel. Sadly for the workers, this site was not found efficient enough. Every control room door we check is locked solid. Maybe for the best since they are all equipped with inert gas extinguishing systems.

Gasping at the immense magnitude of this building and the steel that was used to build it, makes you wonder what was first; the steel factories or the steel…


CD CC on Flickr


Control Panel on Flickr


Caster on Flickr

There are three cranes on this site. Serving one purpose and one purpose only; dumping scrap metal into the massive converters.


Crane on Flickr


Convertor on Flickr

Of smelting pots they’ve got plenty to spare.


Pots on Flickr


16 14 21 on Flickr

PS: POV footage to follow!


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