October 14, 2017

Tour Report: Revisit at the Butter Factory

Since neither my wife nor Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex had visited the abandoned butter factory yet, that's the spot we chose as our second location that Sunday in October of last year.
Personally, I was also interested in how they would react to the access route that we'd have to take to get in. In case you don't remember, I have a little more detailed description in the post from the first visit.
In the end, it was easy, just like the first time around.
We took the same parking spot, but we decided to take the easy way onto the premises and just walk through the bushes instead of climbing over the tall fence. The climb to the access window was still possible, and we all got in safely.
To my wife, who is not a huge fan of abandoned industrial locations, the climb was certailny the most interesting part of this exploration, whereas Freddy really had a small field day upon entering the factory :)
After about three hours of exploring, we took the easy way out through one of the side doors, which we of course closed tightly again.


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October 11, 2017

Tour Report: Old Wine Inn [Revisit]

Only about a month after my first visit to the old inn, I returned for seconds together with my wife and our good friend Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex.
We were on a tour of the area anyway, and since the others hadn't been to this place yet, we made a short stop there.
Since the access strategy that Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland and I had established worked nicely the first time, why change anything? We took the same parking spot and the same access way through the bush-covered window.
It was a great visit for all three of us - Freddy got a lot of nice decay, my wife got a lot of nice details, and I got to take the shots I'd missed the first time. It was a win-win-win-situation so to speak :)


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September 28, 2017

Tour Report: Command Post F13

The third and final command post on our tour didn't have any command bunkers, only the office building, car shelters and some ammunition bunkers.
It was part of a larger area that during the cold war used to be the joint command post of an anti-aircraft unit and a radio-technical battalion of the East German National People's Army (NVA).
Someone had put rocks by the side of the road to prevent people from parking right in front of the place, so we had to drive past and find a different spot to park, which we eventually did, but it was a bit of a way to walk back.
Getting on the premises was easy enough, the fence didn't really deserve to be called a fence. Moving around the area and finding our way on the other hand was considerably harder, because all the former roads and walkways were so overgrown with all sorts of weeds that we couldn't really tell where the roads were. So it took us some time to walk around the entire place to make sure that there really wasn't any underground bunker that we had overlooked. There was none.
But further research indicated that there might be one in or near a different part of the larger complex that is a little down the road.
I guess we will find out the next time we are there :)


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