About: Huge Abandoned Coal Mine with Cart Roller Coaster!
Hey Bryan and Michael, here you can see how that stuff inside a similar German coal mine functioned: https://youtu.be/xv_FmDSp4H4
It was the most modern underground coal mine in Germany and closed in 1997. Most of the buildings gone very quickly.
When this coal mine facility were in use, i imagine everything have been very noisy.
Imagine dropping your camera into all that machinery :0
Nice drone footage. Really well done
Zorb ball!! If"" the wheels were actually activated. FULL SPEED*
it actually says "gas protection barrier". "Wehr" is a german word not used in common language and it describes "to keep something off". It is also used as a name for the wall of a damm ("Wehrmauer").
The Berlin airport (BER) 😂😂😂
This place looks just like the 70s area of portal 2
Be very cautious when in areas like this full of combustible dust.
What is "Sketchy?"
Altough it's pretty sophisticated industrialization... it all looks very simple per single part... only the whole big thing is thius huge complex structure
Next time you are exploring something like this, you should bring someone who knows german (if the text is readable)
your theme musik ist gut
You guys would make really good horror movie scouts
It's not often I get a 'Wow' moment watching YouTube. This video was an exception. The concrete stairs going up and up and up was one of them. I live near several old coal mines in the states and they puny compared to this one. One thing about the Germans is when they make anything they don't mess around. The holes in the floors and weak spots made my toes curl a few times. Y'all be safe and keep doing what you're doing.
Cloverfield was here
Some people want to explore Disneyland...I'd want to explore a place like this.
Those holes in the floor are going to give me nightmares.
That building where you saw all that bent metal and that generator in the walkway is a whole cartlift that collapsed because of the scrappers that go for the heavyduty cables. I guess that is what happened with that bigger cartlift you saw with the wires cut.
Those motors should be placed into a museum.