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Going through this door I found myself in a smaller hall, with some pit in the floor and an obviously not working balance. I heard the rumbling sound of running water, and remembered the
stream (the Ahauser Aa) running over the factory grounds.

The small hall. The stream is directly outside the right wall.


A door led to a small strangely shaped room, with these three chairs standing against a wall.

Back into the smaller hall, I found another door leading outside onto a bridge over the stream. The bridge also functions as a dam, though the cables to raise the sliding shutters were missing or
broken and the flow of water was being blocked by many branches and leaves.

The Ahauser Aa
On the other side of the stream were several wooden and tin plate sheds. They were all locked and didn't look very interesting so after a peak through a crack in the door I left them alone.

The not so interesting sheds to the left. It seemed like someone had taken all the cobblestones away from between the concrete paths.
Now I could follow the stream, but this would put me in plain view of a back road and the houses along this road. I went back inside the same door I came out and went through a wide doorway out of the small hall into "the big hall". As you can see in the pictures the big hall is really big and quite dark because of the lack of skylights. Next to me was a metal spiral staircase and along the
wall a row of rooms and offices.

The door to the big hall

The big hall

Offices and toilets, seen from the other side of the hall.

Nice fungy wallpaper and a heap of junk in one office.

A telephone switching cabinet by Ericsson and a layer of white dust, like someone had emptied a bag of flower here.

 

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