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    Default Diesel Centrale Turbine Hall, Austria, December 2018


    Intro
    In early December we found ourselves wandering around eastern Europe, after landing getting the rental car and stuff this was our first visit to be done. At the time all I thought this place would be is a industrial tangle of steel beams, guessing by the name. I was wrong...

    The Building
    Honestly I have no idea about the history on here. I would use the history section from a previous report but that would be a bit too lazy of me.
    All I know is it was part f a former power plant that has been saved.
    From the explore it may be become a sort of museum or a private exhibit looking at how well it has been preserved.

    The Explore
    We emerged inside and had been greeted by the sheer size and architecture of this building.
    Underground this main floor was a collection of classic and modern vehicles, things such as Lancias, GMC trucks and modern Audis, which confused us and also made us cautious of our surroundings. Although small this place was very photogenic, including a marble control board, 4 turbines and a wooden factory crane.

    The Photos
    TurbineHalls by KPUrbex

    Rotors by KPUrbex

    Diesel_Generator_KPUrbex by KPUrbex

    Hooked by KPUrbex

    PowerDown by KPUrbex

    RusticDecay by KPUrbex

    ControlSetInStone by KPUrbex

    Video

    A short cinematic video.


    Thanks for lookin'

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    Last edited by KPUrbex; 4th Jan 19 at 20:38. Reason: Added YT video
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    It's very tidy, someone must be doing the housework. It's still full of vintage equipment which I like.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Even the flats on the bolts line up neatly!
    The stuff of dreams that one - it appears completely untouched. I'm not jealous no..
    Full of meaty goodness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    It's very tidy, someone must be doing the housework. It's still full of vintage equipment which I like.
    Indeed so. only a small bit of decay. Surprised we didn't walk into the cleaner, if there is one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sausage View Post
    Even the flats on the bolts line up neatly!
    The stuff of dreams that one - it appears completely untouched. I'm not jealous no..
    I think untouched is an understatement.
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    I love this, great shots :)

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    Yep they dont make em like that anymore, very nice!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedX_unleashed View Post
    I love this, great shots :)
    Thanks alot, glad you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BikinGlynn View Post
    Yep they dont make em like that anymore, very nice!
    Indeed so. Normally turbines would have some sort of case on them.
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