Egg Factory D (Belgium)

One of the biggest egg factories in Belgium. About half a decade ago, after years of mangy management during which almost every possible health code for food processing was violated, the factory went bankrupt and left these buildings deserted.

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2 responses to “Egg Factory D (Belgium)”

  1. KatiesCameraBlog says :

    I really like these photo, and I’m just seeing (and this is great for me, as I love seeing photos like that) the lines and structure of the place. And i love that. And the emptiness speaks to the place being deserted. And the bust in the first shot speaks to how a successful/prosperous company fell so hard.

    I love photos that tell a story.🙂 Thanks for sharing!

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