October 30, 2017

Dairy Farm 201

It was still our tour in early October of last year. Together with our friend Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex, we explored some spots in the far North of Germany, and while on the way between two spots, we came across this abandoned old dairy company.
The brick chimney can be seen from pretty far away, and being curious as we are, we had to check out what was on the bottom end of it.
It was an old red brick building overgrowing with ivy and wild wine.
We parked a bit off to not be seen and sneaked on the premises and around the building to look for a way in. Part of the building was locked and looked like it was still inhabited (which from what I heard since then it wasn't), but there was an open door a little to the side, and we went in.
The place was pretty much a mess.
Over the course of the years since the company closed, various uses have been found and all left traces on the old building and the interior. It looks like the last use for the past years was as a trashcan for the local population...
After getting a few worthwile shots, we left and drove off to the final spot of the day...

To find out more about the history of this li'l ol' place and to check out all the photos from this spot, click the button below.

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