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Thread: Abandoned chateau greenhouse, Belgium

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    Default Abandoned chateau greenhouse, Belgium


    Together with Martino (http://www.flickr.com/photos/martino_/sets) i made a small urbex trip in Belgium.

    At the terrain of a big castle stands a abandoned house with a garage and a greenhouse.
    Its not big but worth while to stop and make some pictures.


    More pictures at the website.

    Gr, Bart
    www.urban-travel.org

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    I would love to know how you do it bartje!

    An abandoned Rolls Royce of all things! The place looks wonderful. It must be part of a huge manor house?

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    Nice one! Can't believe the roller has been left to rot.
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    You got to wonder when that roller last saw a road and how long it has just been sat there

    I see someone got the angel off it though

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    Interesting it has a UK number plate - P reg is around 1975 to 1976.
    I expect the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' was nicked before the car got there!
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    That is such a beautiful place. I love greenhouses and all things gardeny...lol...so this is really interesting to me. Nice, quirky building, and a bonus with the Rolls Royce too.
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    Wow, from other sites seen on here, I can't believe how intact the glasshouse still is, and OMG, the car being left there?????

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    great pictures :)

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    Wow...love that Roller and the greenhouse looks stunning...envious :)

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    Oh wow how unusual!

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