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Walking around I found myself in the rear of the wall-less building of the previous page. Here is a long narrow hallway, partly blocked with pieces of insulation material coming of the wall.


The green tiles can't cope with the moisture either. Probably a combination of water and cold winters.

More climbing than walking to the south I found a small hole in the wall near the floor. I could see a pretty large room filled with rusty tanks. I guess I could have climbed through the hole, but the room was a bit to dark, low and damp for my likings.


A long shutter time and a flashlight didn't help. This is the best picture I got.


'Verlaat mij niet' (Don't leave me). Heartache?
I was told later it is kind of an art-project. It appears on other abandoned buildings in Hengelo too.

Back outside. A wall separates the brewery from the road behind, but people from the apartment buildings on the other side of the road could see me quite clearly.


Fading wallpainting

More big holes in the building here. The walls and roof are supported by the kind of supports they use in construction, though these seem semi-permanent. It made entry easy though.


A big heap of a variety of chairs, but all rusty and rotten.

 

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