Januari 2014, morning.
On a cold january morning, we got into the car and drove about an hour to get to this abandoned train warehouse where several old trains are stocked. Both outside and inside. We didn't get inside the warehouse though, but we had so much fun exploring the trains outside the warehouse. The inside of the warehouse is rumoured to be a museum and to be honest, I really don't know weither it's really abandoned or not.
The warehouse is right next to an existing railway station in a large town in Belgium,so I was really careful not to be seen while photographing outside and inside the trains, but the area is packed with photographers, explorers and even some families, because of the easy entrance.
We didn't had any difficulties while exploring. We just ran into some other urbexers, but that's it.
Our visit was all right, but I prefer other places and other buildings myself, so I wasn't that impressed after all. Good to visit when you're in the area, but in my opinion, it's not worth an hour drive.
After our visit to the Orient Express, we went to Villa Rolls Royce. The villa known by all for the Rolls Royce parked on the property. Sadly, the car wasn't there.
We didn't had any troubles getting into the green house in front of the villa, due to the broken window on the side of the green house and we had the chance to explore the green house quietly, without beeing seen.
The villa itself is completely closed. There wasn't getting in there, in any way. And the house next to the villa isn't abandoned, so we had to be very careful while exploring this property.
When we came out the green house and walked across the property to see the back, we were caught by a man and his very friendly dog. He told us to go somewhere else. We left with pictures of the green room and the exterior of the building.
The green house was nice, but it would have been better if the car was still there and if there was an entrance into the villa. But we wont ever forget that adorable and cute dog though! ;)