Its been a long time since I posted the last time. But this is worth it. By the way I have a 2 year aniversary this month. I wanted to visit lost places, and do some urban exploration for a long time. And as I live in Bochum, which is located directly inside the Ruhr-Area which has been the most industrial area in Germany for a long time, there’s a lot to see. But it took a girl I met, who took me to an abandoned place located near Bonn, to wake up my love for this hobby. Shortly after we went to a place with a lot of old industry, which is enhanced at night with colored light.
Freshly infected, I used the next free weekend I could find, when my best friend was visiting, to visit the next place. It was located, as the previously mentioned place, in Duisburg. It has been a sintering site for a lot of years and has been left and not demolished. I did really enjoy it, and will not make many words about it, but post all the pictures we took and say again, how GREAT this has been. I also made an Urban exploration map, which lists the places I’ve already visited and I will add more in near future!
Here you can find a map which shows, how to enter the site properly and where u can get upstairs.
Last, I uploaded a lot of pictures sorted in the order three people took them here.
I also created a list of websites I liked during my journey though the internet to find this place:
- http://www.lipinski.de/industrie/ – German industry places DE
- http://www.infiltration.org – International places EN
- http://www.lost-history.net/ – Blog about lost places and bunkers DE
Both websites contain a big list of further links.
Today I found a nice Video by Andrew Wonder named Undercity , which I found really amazing. Its showing the tunnels under NYC. I totally recommend watching it.