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    Default Abandoned power plant


    Yesterday i visited the Transfo together with Rene ( www.urbex-and-more.com )

    Here my view of this very interesting place:

    More pictures at the website.

    Gr, Bart
    www.urban-travel.org

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    Stunning, would love to see this place. Need to get a passport!

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    That place is just amazing, I echo what Lost said lol...
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    fab i want to move abroad

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    Love to know how you do it bartje! Another stunning site. The power plant looks more " old world " than others. I would spend a week in there without even taking a photograph, marvelling at the engineering.
    I love the way the turbine housing has been supported and then left with dust settling over it.

    Another fine explore bartje. Thanks for posting. :)

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    Very interesting site...and excellent photos as always. Amazing stuff. :)
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    brilliant photos cheers FB

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    Loving those light beams!


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