Peppermint Power Station, Germany

History
Diddy power plant situated within the black forest of Germany, built to provide power for an onsite paper mill. The plant consists of 2 Steinmüller boilers where the plack has been sadly taken as well as a single Siemen turbine. The peppermint colour is said to reduce eye fatigue. The site closed in 1999 and has been left abandoned ever since.

Explored: September 2019

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https://www.flickr.com/photos/125075228@N03/albums/72157711010617201

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