Euro Tour #3

Author Muddy Funkster - Last updated: 27.07.2017

Back at the beginning of October, the usual gang of DNZ, MDE and me all headed back across the channel for 3 days of locations in Belgium, Luxembourg and France. With an ambitious 12 locations on our list we ended up doing just 7 of them but had another truly amazing time. Pictures in the order we visited the locations.

Vehicle graveyard in Belgium.

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Undergrowth covered all the vehicles there.

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Inside one of the trucks.

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An abandoned mill / farm house out in the Luxembourg countryside.

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A cobwebbed window in a barn attached to the mill.

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The amazing kitchen in the mill.

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Detail on the walls of the mill.

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Some of the heavy and vintage industrial machinery at Powerplant X

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One end of the large machine hall at Powerplant X.

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The exterior of the powerplant. MDE and DNZ walk away from camera along an old tram road.

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Terres Rouge steel mill – upper floor

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Lower floor.

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View of Terres Rouge through the smashed windows of the on-site powerplant.

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View of Central Thermique, our next destination through the smashed windows of Terres Rouge.

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One of the many views at Central Thermique.

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The obvious shot at Central Thermique. I dare anyone to go and not take it

;)


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Basement stairs at Central Thermique.

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Out building tower at a crumbling chateau in France.

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Beautiful stairs at Bureau Central, our last location and one that did not disappoint.

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The stunning and very derelict atrium trading floor.

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The view straight up through the shattered atrium.

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Thanks for taking the time to view

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