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    On our way around Denmark to find new spots this one popped up















    A little slide here
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/2561055...71329328/show/
    Last edited by Lusker; 24th May 09 at 21:57.

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    Lusker, where do you find all these places is there some "map to every abandoned site in Denmark" that you happen to possess

    Great pics but it's like a teaser the 2nd pic gives a tempting overview of what's inside and I love the 2nd to last one :)

    The 1st pic.........was this building originally a railway shed I'm not seeing any tracks outside so perhaps they were removed or are they on the other side of the building judging from the amount of wooden members I'm guessing that this is either an old building or was originally intended to be a temporary structure.

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    love the pics especially of the red car on rails must have been used for shunting things about the place?!

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    good photos loved the red bikes in the slide show

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    Ooooooooooooh trains, I love trains, and anything to do with them. Excellent pics mate, I do like this. Love the different engines and the engine shed, and all of it. :)

    Cheers,

    :) Sal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinpaul View Post
    Lusker, where do you find all these places is there some "map to every abandoned site in Denmark" that you happen to possess

    Great pics but it's like a teaser the 2nd pic gives a tempting overview of what's inside and I love the 2nd to last one :)

    The 1st pic.........was this building originally a railway shed I'm not seeing any tracks outside so perhaps they were removed or are they on the other side of the building judging from the amount of wooden members I'm guessing that this is either an old building or was originally intended to be a temporary structure.

    Yes Trinpaul it was originally railway shed but they moved the tracks because trains dont run this line any more.
    It looks like someone started to renovate the trains but gave up
    the building is dated 1929

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    That's just cute :)

    Derek

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    love the trains especially the red car. the engines behind the clock in the last photo look in very good condition


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