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Looking for a way in I walked carefully along the northern face of the main building. A large hole had been made into the outer wall of the two floor building, maybe to take sold machinery out, but it was closed of with fencing.
The ground or basement floor had some locked doors and small windows. Too small to crawl through, but big enough to make a few snapshots.

Hole in the wall

Shot through a window.
I heard running water and I saw a pipe sticking through the wall with water streaming out of it. I thought someone must have left tapwater running. It hadn't rained for a couple of days, so it could not be rainwater. Just as I thought of doing a good deed and closing it, the water suddenly stopped running of itself. It wouldn't be the first scare I got in this place. It later showed it was a pump, switching on and off automatically.
By now I was approaching the house quite closely and so I decided to turn around and have a look around the other side. More locked doors. I found one possible way in, but not a very pretty way. It involves crawling through a narrow dirty cable tunnel. Better continue looking for a while. Which was a lucky decision because the workers had left the front door open.
A way in, but not very comfortable



That's an 'asbestos decontamination unit' on the right.
That's better, an open door.


"Close door!" Always funny on open doors.
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