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    This was our last stop of our road trip and our 3rd Belgium powerstation.
    What a way to end the road trip with nice industry lots of flakey paint and no vandalism.
























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    Great shots, can't believe all the stuff you visited in Belgium was so vandal free. Wsih there was a bit more of that here!
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    Nice work as usual Mr. R. Do you know if it's true that Stella is no longer accessible? I heard on the French grapevine it has had been shut up good and proper. I hope other places in the Belg like this one don't follow.

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    Thanks guys.

    Quote Originally Posted by bukowski_jr View Post
    Nice work as usual Mr. R. Do you know if it's true that Stella is no longer accessible? I heard on the French grapevine it has had been shut up good and proper. I hope other places in the Belg like this one don't follow.
    When we went there they were working inside the brew hall. They had a load of rebar mesh stacked up outside so i think they are trying to make it more secure.
    We did not try to get in as we had a long list of other stuff to do and no time to wait for the workers to finish in there.
    So it could be true mate.


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