Power Plant CM

Author braennvin - Last updated: 01.08.2012

I haven’t seen any pictures of this one so far, so let’s call it CM. If someone was in there and found a classic control room please let me know.

First I saw a open window and get in there, a few minutes later I found out that all doors are open

:(

I will never learn to check the doors first. It was one of the best explorations in this year, nothing is wasted, everything looks like they even stopped working.

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walk of fame

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brown boveri the most shown brand on TU

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the cooling tower

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even the first aid room looks like as it was cleaned a hour ago

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#1oldskoolAugust 1, 2012, 6:17 pm

to cool for school

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