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I ended up in a longer, narrower hall. The roof here was leaking badly. The hall lead back to the crossroads hall.


The green slime taking over


On my way back to the brick hall I found a small room with a fuse cabinet. The wooden floor showed a 'nice', about a meter deep waterfilled hole.
Back in the brick hall I went to the left and came to the "white hall". It's quite a large hall, but the pillars and the lower ceiling make it look smaller.


The white hall looks more like the dark hall on this picture




The north side has some smaller storage rooms, the west wall has a lot of the same semi-round rooms with a large fan-like piece of machinery on the ceiling. The southern side has some locked blue doors. The eastern side has some small offices and a canteen with a sign "please keep this kitchen clean" in a very dirty kitchen.

"Kuche sauber halten" (keep kitchen clean)

Also fuse cabinet with a map of the Netherlands and Western Germany on it.
Someone had painted paths with arrows on the floor of the hall, purpose unknown.


Confused. Which way to go?

I now went back to stairwell number one to have a look at the upper levels. The steps of this staircase were made of metal and not completely save because one floor up one of the steps was broken off and missing.

Watch your step
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