Heavy Metal

An hour to locate, eight months for me to decide to go. One more week and it would be a big fail.

Enjoying the ultimate mouse hole to enter, the walk was long. And for good reason.
Spreading its metal carcass on many acres, Heavy Metal seems to be a sleeping monster. Everywhere, electricity is present. At each workstation, the presence of workers are still detectable. Everything is ready for a reboot, that will probably never happen.
Sacrificed on the altar of profitability, this industrial site has no future. Why ? No valid response has been given so far.

Tour with very friendly Stef & Eric.

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A plan would have been helpful.

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A fish-eye lens too...

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Under the watchful eye of a camera. It makes me think I've forgot to say hello to the guard...

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The titanic plier.

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On the rails of the traveling crane.

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Torpedo nr 47.

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The giant crucibles.

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The chair coming from nowhere, constant of abandoned place.

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A crane's motor.

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Up.

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The railway track gives idea of the size of the thingy.

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Everything is ready to wake the beast...

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April 2013

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