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The fort of Walem, Belgium.

By bullymeister  
The fort of Walem is part of the old fortifications around Antwerp that was built from 1859 until 1914.
After the two world wars the fort becomes a station for the “civiele bescherming” a special force to help in times of disasters. Reminders of this are more than 250.000 German made gasmasks lying all over the place.
Visited at night on a recent trip.

Tags: Photo journalism General Derelict Abandoned Belgium Urbex Ue German Gas mask Flash and lighting

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mrswoolybill Plus
9 979 1496 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2012 10:22PM
Eerie, I'm seeing eyes gazing out of those masks.

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15 Jan 2012 10:27PM

Quote:Eerie, I'm seeing eyes gazing out of those masks.

It was really eerie ... especially as it was pitch black lol
luceombra 5 27 5 Italy
16 Jan 2012 8:11AM
Quite impressive

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