301 Comments Posted by john

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Where is the room in the terminal?
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Showed, haven't been to bed yet.
Yes, Kim's bed was against the wall on the left, there was a tall locker there too that was in front of Kim's bed.
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Pookie, just saw your youtube channel, let a comment on your part 1 of the inside. Noticed you said Kim's last name and you should my room too.
Thank you.
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Been a long time, just a post to let everyone know that I'm still around and doing good.
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It has been years since I was last here.
Hi Patrick, Hi boiler1220
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This is a beauty....the untapped potential is astounding....I can definitely seen parties, weddings, and other social events being held here. I pray this is also included in the renovations.
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The globes are out to be refilled with soap. :-)
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....not light fixtures....they're elegant soap dispensers :-)
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That's not a light....it's a soap dispenser.
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Not a still, boil kettle. Breweries don't use stills
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Mash rakes
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unfortunately the scrapers got to the coke ovens. I was there in October 2015. Most of the steel work from the coke ovens are gone. The concrete towers are still there and the refractory core of the coke ovens and a smoke stack. The "coal tipple" is still there and being used, the lights were still on and a couple vehicles were parked there. I stayed away from that area. I think they closed the coke operation in like the year 2000.
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It's amazing that someone still lives here and doesn't have the decency to buy a broom to sweep the place out? This is Switzerland, correct?
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nothing cool here. It was a nasty place to work and the workers did little to change things.
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This place was nasty when I worked there in the 80s. lots of stories.