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    Default ECVB - Timetraveling in a powerplant


    Powerplant ECVB was in the beginning a coal and olie plant and later on gas. The steam of the plant was used by the surrounding companies, but this part is out of use for several years.



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    Great pictures.

    That 4th picture of the red console reminds me of The Simpsons... shouldn't Homer be sat there (not) working.

    I find I can't help but be in awe of constructions like this... the sheer enormity of it all can stop you in your tracks as you try to take it all in. I think your last picture captures that so well
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    Them pipes are crazy! Really like that picture and the red board does look the one off the Simpsons.

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    Pipe-lushness..excellant stuff.

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    You really do come up with some quite fantastic locations heeftmeer. I haven't been disappointed once. Thanks for this. :)
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    Thats Crazy!
    Wish There Were Places Like That Near Me!
    Nice Work :)

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    Amazing heeftmeer! fantastic pics :)
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    Oh wow! What a place - would love to check this one out sometime ...

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    Very nice photos of a very nice find. Wonderful industrial relics.
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    Wow! Love this. Great find and pics. :)
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