May 21, 2019

Tour Report: Industrial Bakery N. [Revisit]

About four weeks after our summer vacation in 2017, we were really hungry for another exploration, so we planned a spontaneous tour with our friends from Lost Places of Pixelcracker. We only had time for a one-day excursion, which is why we chose to explore two spots that weren't too far away. I had explored both spots before, so we could be relatively sure that they wouldn't be locked down and were open for exploration, so to speak.
The first spot was an abandoned bakery that I had visited almost exactly to the day three years before, and I was curious to see what these years had done to the place.
It is located right in the middle of a residential area, so we parked a little out of the way to not arise any suspicion, and walked up to the main gate. It was open.
Three years before, the yard was being used as parking lot by a trucking company, but we couldn't see anybody around.
There were no signs that forbade the entry, so we just walked onto the premises and quickly found the access into the buildings.
Not much had happened since my first visit. The few relics that I had seen then were still there - only the decay and the graffiti had become more over the years.
No one was around except us, so we took our time to explore the entire place from bottom to top - and it was good that we did, because we found the access to the basement that had eluded us the first time around. The basement had a lot of relics from the time when the factory was still operational, so we found a bunch of interesting details.
Towards the end of our explore, we took a quick selfie and walked back to the car and drove off to the next location.

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