A Grand Piece of Sawdusty History Part II

Upstairs we go then. As you can see, it was a very bright spring day outside. There wasn’t much graffiti downstairs, but upstairs was a different story. I especially like the mad spongebob breaking through the wall. I also wonder, why they had a railway track upstairs and why a wall was built right acrossJatka lukemista ”A Grand Piece of Sawdusty History Part II”

Nightmares Revisited Part VII

So the time has come for the last post from the abandoned abattoir. At least for now. And it’s time to explore the garage and power station building. Most of the doors were locked and tightly sealed, so there was no access. Luckily not all of them. Even though the sign tells you to shutJatka lukemista ”Nightmares Revisited Part VII”

Nightmares Revisited Part VI

Out we are again. The stairs and the platform next to the low wing part were all covered in glass. Down in the basement we go. This part of it had natural light coming in, and contained sinks and showers. This is apparently, where the butchers had washed themselves after a long day of hardJatka lukemista ”Nightmares Revisited Part VI”

Nightmares Revisited Part V

Back down we go then. As the third floor had been all about apartments, I expected to find them on the second floor, too. This, however, proved not to be the case. What we found instead was an office space full of documents belonging to a company which had operated in the building after theJatka lukemista ”Nightmares Revisited Part V”

Nightmares Revisited Part IV

The first thing I found on the third floor was this kitchen, which was designed with incredibly bad taste. The red and green really don’t go well together, and to make matters worse someone had decided, that attaching lace to the kitchen counter was a good idea. Ugh. Behind the kitchen was a small room,Jatka lukemista ”Nightmares Revisited Part IV”