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Above the small hall is another floor and I had not encountered a staircase to this floor so I went to look for this first. I did find an outside stairway, but the door on top was locked with
chain and padlock.

The stairs and locked door.
I climbed into the administration-like building. The windows were high above ground, but climbing in was easier then I thought because of a ridge in the wall and the wide windowsill. It seems they sold curtains from here, the large "Gardinen Studio" points this way.

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Vandalized heating. Outside you can see the buzzing container and the window I climbed through to get into the graffiti hall.
Still not feeling like running across the open space between buildings I looked for other entries into buildings I hadn't been in. After some thought I squeezed myself through a very small
window close to the ground. This took two attempts. First I wanted to put one leg through, then my body and then the other leg but it soon showed I was not agile enough for this trick. At the second attempt I put both feet through first. Though I got quite dirty this worked.

See that window below the platform? That's what I squeezed through.
The passageway I had climbed into seemed a dead end at first, but after some mazelike turns through low and dark passages I came in a room with a very nice old fashioned high power switching board.

kA, kW and kV.

Lots of nice big switches.

View in the other direction. I came from the door with the chair against it, though the door was already open.
The staircase upwards led to a room with more air-conditioning equipment. From here a rickety wooden stairs led to the attic above the switching room.

The attic, with dust particle.

Looking down the wooden stairs.

Back down into the low hallways maze I found a way into a longer hallway. That's a bicycle down there.

 

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