[urban] Samtex

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  1. Dikkie

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    Samtex, an old textile factory is being demolished.
    Location: around 200 meters from my home.
    They're going to put flats into the building.
     
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    Can you turn into the factory?i think that will very well place
     
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    You might of not, but did you ever get inside at all?
     
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    Neat.
     
  5. Dikkie

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    I really have no need to go into the building ;-) I walk 2 times a day near that factory to go from home to the train station or back. And it stinks quite hard to old dust. Not that healthy :wink:

    Yes, on the right side you can get in normally, it's wide open, but you have to climb over a mountain of dust and bricks.

    But it's too dangerous, they're breaking all things down, too much chance you get some bricks on your head. They're already breaking a few weeks with drills and bulldozers inside... when pass there overday, there's lots of dust clouds coming out of the building onto the street.

    They're going to let the walls stay, and make flats of the rest normally.

    And no, I haven't get into it before... it's an empty building,... nothing to see actually :)
     

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