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Walking around a bit more, visiting places I've been before

(combined picture) Weighing myself on the scales. 96 Kg, that can't be right! Must be my heavy backpack. :-)

Door on the left leads to big fan, down into the basement floor.

On the basement level I saw light coming from behind a door. It couldn't be daylight because it was in the middle of the building on the basement floor. Surprise, there was a light burning. And I had thought all power was cut of, as they were demolishing the building. The room looked very dirty and small at first sight, but more lights shining around the corner a corner got my curiosity. Here the room lowered to crawl-hight into a system of tunnels. Here too all lights were on. I could just walk through here with my head between my knees. The tunnels, running under the main hall, were not straight but had all kinds of bends in them.

Dusty. Main use was aircirculation or dustremoval?

Dust-stalactites. Unwantingly carried some of them home on my backpack.
Soon I had enough of walking bend over through dirty tunnels.
It frustrated me I still hadn't found a way to the second floor in the south part of the building. I thought about trying across the roof, the ladder was still there, but with rain and thunder outside this did not appeal to me too much. Then I found a set of double doors right next to the entrance where I came in last time. They were locked, but I got around them by climbing through the window of the office next to the doors and then going through an unlocked door from this office. This got me into the best part of the factory I think.
It's a storeroom for spare parts, but it is a bit large for it just being a storeroom.


Look at the window, nice huh. Another big tank under the arch. Racks with all kinds of spare parts, from small bolts to...
...for example gear wheels.
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