While driving out the tiny village of our previous location. We saw this beautiful decayed industrial building, we decided to check it out. It turned out to be an absolutely stunning location, with lots of natural decay, and no vandalism whatsoever. The mill was built 1860, and was abandoned in the 90ies of last century. 20 Years of abandonment left it’s traces.
Collapsed ceilings, creaky floorboards and rusty pipes and gears everywhere. Our footsteps where muffled by the thick layer of barley husk and dust. This water powered flour mill really was a pleasant surprise.
This is the turbine that used to power the mill. It was driven by the small river that runs underneath the building.