After leaving the university much earlier than we had originally planned, we still had some time before dropping off Lichtbeschatter at the train station, and we decided to go and check out another spot that was more or less located on the way.
After all, this was the Ruhr area, and we hadn't seen as much industrial lost places as we had expected, so this was our chance to add one more inudstrial spot to this tour.
We had the address, and we quickly found a nice place to park right across the street. It was Easter Sunday, so there really wasn't much traffic or people walking who might spot us.
We crossed the street and we didn't even have to look for a long time - there was a large hole in the main gate. We hopped through, went around the corner of the building and there was an open door. We were in.
There was some nice decay, but also a lot of trash that was lying around, and there was the expected amount of graffiti.
Still, this was a nice place to end our tour together with Lichtbeschatter. We got out again, drove to the train station, dropped him off and the three of us went on to the next spot.
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