Set in a valley of the Black forest in Germany we find this abandoned power station. Originally built around the 1920s to supply power to a paper mill on the same site. The site was upgraded during the 1950s with two larger Siemens turbines. Luckily the original turbines were mothballed as a standby supply and are still there to this day.
Access was quite a long walk and slightly maze like to get through the already stripped out paper mill to find the power plant. It was certainly worth the effort a nice but small control room, two turbine halls and lots of other tasty parts to see too. One of the highlights was a large schematic of the plant on the turbine hall wall, certainly an original addition to the site.
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