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Another outside picture. Typical old factory ground covering. Cobblestones repaired with tarmac and concrete.
Looking around further I found a dirty building. Everything was covered in black soot. The ground floor I took one picture of. I climbed up a metal spiral staircase but this was a dead end. There was a door on top was locked. Someone had tried to kick it in, from the footstep on the door, but failed.

Dirty. No, I don't know why there's a red and white warning tape there.
The ground floor of the building next to it was filled with what seemed like old furniture at first, though there is some interesting old technology among it.

A furnace and old furniture.

What is this? It has a blue screen and some push buttons on top.

A sticker says it's a Line Printer, build by the Control Data Cooperation, Rochester, Michigan, USA. What is a Line Printer?

And this? A telex?

A dusty old typewriter I think.
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