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(March 18—23, 2009)

W.D. Fuchs

Industrial Diversity

Martin Frost


Chełmsko, Wielkopolska, Poland

March 20, 2009, 16:44

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The off-road expedition for Land Rover enthusiasts.

We started our trip through the Torun-Eberswald valley of the Nadnotecki forest for about 120km drinking tea in neglected forester's lodges or elegant palaces. We came across (suddenly) the OWB object farthest moved to the north and as then as after the string along the line of fortifications. We visited GW Ludendorff, we climbed down to GW Schill basements, we looked into mechanisms of revolving and sliding bridges, we visited former barracks K?szyca Forest beautifully situated in the forest on the lake. Our main goal during our expedition was the Joannitow Castle located in Lagowie which we settleed in. Lagow is without a doubt the most beautiful region of Pojezierze Lubelskie which is surrounded by two ancient lakes. In the vicinity Lagow there is the old Sieniawa Coal Mine, rather already out of order. On the next day we caught OWB basements officially, and then a programed underground-ground slalom between numerous buildings so called “Panzerwerk” and Dragon's Teeth. We traveled to the GDR laterin the evening to non-realistic ZGS 14 Fuchsbau object. ZGS 14 Fuchsbau it kept around from the time of the Cold War. It is the underground building of rocket armies and barracks, today constituting Technische Denkmal/Monument to the Technique.

14 cars from all over Poland visited during this expedition.
Nikon D90, Sigma 8mm f/3.5, Manfrotto, Photoshop, Pano2QTVR

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