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Haut Fourneau B  HFB
Belgium

Reports10
First reportSeptember 8 2019
by Urbex Timo
Latest reportJuly 19 2020
by michielvanwillegen



Report on Haut Fourneau B
by Lostwithdm on December 30 2019 23:28 hr CE(S)T   Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/mtnt ]

Finding out the location
  easy
Access
  hard
Safety
  unsafe
Risk of being seen
  low
General condition of the place
  good
Traces of vandalism
  many
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  few


Visit date    December 28 2019 at 4 hr
Visit duration    5 hours

After 5 hours of driving we finally arrived on location
And then we saw the factory
Oh my god it’s huge !!!
And now how do we get inside??

[1] LostwithD&M

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Hfb
by michielvanwillegen on July 19 2020 17:48 hr CE(S)T    Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/zspf ]

Finding out the location
  easy
Access
  easy
Safety
  very unsafe
Risk of being seen
  low
General condition of the place
  good
Traces of vandalism
  many
Good place for taking pictures?
  good
Did you see other people?
  none or very few


Visit date   July 18 2020 at 7 hr
Visit duration   5 hours

Leuke dag gehad, op een koperdief na geen andere urbexers.

Veel veranderd weer sinds een jaar geleden, veel nieuwe ruimtes bezocht en weer heerlijk industrie gesnoven. Al met al een heerlijke locatie, met veel mogelijkheden.

[1] Instagram.nl/michiel_van_willegen

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Heat_Forneau_B
by Dutch_Urbex_explorer on June 9 2020 21:39 hr CE(S)T    Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/chyr ]

Finding out the location
  very easy
Access
  easy
Safety
  safe
Risk of being seen
  high
General condition of the place
  good
Traces of vandalism
  few
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  many


Visit date   May 31 2020 at 11 hr
Visit duration   5 houres +

I have visited HFB(Heat Fourneau B) for the first time now. And planning to go more often. Because of the size of this location. It was easy to find, And easy to enter. We had no trouble how ever with security. (due demolishing heavy metal)

Further. The things u will need for HFB is enough batteries ;)

My visit went well. And i enjoyed it. for me its again a 5☆ location for photographers.



[1] https://www.facebook.com/108844833904575...

[2] https://instagram.com/wesley_urbex_fotog...

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Great, just great
by Kezmenneke on June 6 2020 23:06 hr CE(S)T    Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/kcsb ]

Finding out the location
  hard
Access
  hard
Safety
  unsafe
Risk of being seen
  high
General condition of the place
  bad
Traces of vandalism
  many
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  few


Visit date   April 20 2019 at 11 hr
Visit duration   5 houres +

Hfb was in top of my lost. And together with Heavy Metal the best location I have visited till now. Not very easy to get in (at first), but with some climbing including my working gloves we managed. The site is huge. It’s great. We were there for about 6 hours. Had a lunch at the side of the river. A couple of times the was a security car making it’s round. So listen to the sound of a car and hide. Later that day at the main gate, we saw that the gate wasn’t locked. So next time maybe you/we can just enter over there. I even opened the gate and made a picture outside the site. We climbed the 90 meters high blast furnace. This was a little dangerous, and will keep getting more dangerous as the years pass i think. Because the quality of the construction is decreasing. We also climbed into the blast furnace and I made a picture in it, which is, I think, the best Urbex picture I have made so far. While writing this I think it’s maybe time for a re-visit :p

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HFB
by Urbextim on April 22 2020 19:27 hr CE(S)T    Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/jwak ]

Finding out the location
  easy
Access
  hard
Safety
  safe
Risk of being seen
  high
General condition of the place
  good
Traces of vandalism
  few
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  few


Visit date   September 11 2019 at 13 hr
Visit duration   4 hours

Ein wirklich beeindruckendes Stahlwerk. Der gigantische Hochofen verleiht dem Gelände noch ein größeres Walking Dead Feeling. Leider konnten wir nur ein Teil des riesigen Geländes erkunden:( Ein Besuch ist ein absolutes Muss für Industrieliebhaber

[1] Instagram: urbex_tim_

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22.1.2020
by Dirty Shoes Syndrome on January 22 2020 10:03 hr CE(S)T    Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/rxzk ]

Finding out the location
  easy
Access
  easy
Safety
  unsafe
Risk of being seen
  low
General condition of the place
  good
Traces of vandalism
  many
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  none or very few


Visit date   February 6 2019 at 8 hr
Visit duration   5 houres +

You may not exactly be the first one here, but it´s one of the most popular urbex destinations right now for a good reason. The sheer dimensions of this place are enough to make it a completely surreal experience to explore. On top of that, it´s also insanely picturesque. There´s rusty machinery and huge mazes of pipes twisting and bending in the most confusing ways as far as the eye can see. Dare I say "indursty porn" at it´s absolute wildest.

When it comes to access, my personal experience was a bit tense, but I´m sure there were easier access points than the one I used. Watch out when you´re in the open between buildings, as you may encounter vehicles driving around on the grounds. Also in some areas, there´s lot´s of metallc dust, so bringing a respirator would be advised.

If you rush through, you can see the highlights in a couple of hours, but if you really wanna do this enourmous place justice, take at least two days. It´s worth it.

Personally (as a fan of industry), this is currently my favourite abandoned place. Do it. It´s a blast (pun intended).


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Old Iron
by Limbo on December 21 2019 19:12 hr CE(S)T    Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/gkvd ]

Finding out the location
  very easy
Access
  easy
Safety
  safe
Risk of being seen
  low
General condition of the place
  good
Traces of vandalism
  many
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  few


Visit date   December 20 2019 at 10 hr
Visit duration   5 houres +

It was my first visit to this location but i think of was not my last.
Very big buildings and equipment, to much to see in one day.

[1] Https://www.instagram.com/harrievaessen

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HFB october 2019
by Moselle_urbex on October 28 2019 20:32 hr CE(S)T    Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/taay ]

Finding out the location
  very easy
Access
  hard
Safety
  unsafe
Risk of being seen
  low
General condition of the place
  good
Traces of vandalism
  many
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  none or very few


Visit date   October 25 2019 at 10 hr
Visit duration   5 houres +

J'ai exploré le HFB en octobre 2019, cet endroit vaut vraiment le détour, incroyable site industriel

[1] https://www.flickr.com/photos/184673330@N08/

[2] https://www.instagram.com/p/B3-R2NgIoLE/...

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HFB
by JasonJanssenPhotography on October 16 2019 15:25 hr CE(S)T    Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/mfws ]

Finding out the location
  easy
Access
  hard
Safety
  unsafe
Risk of being seen
  ?
General condition of the place
  good
Traces of vandalism
  few
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  few


Visit date   July 14 2019 at 17 hr
Visit duration   4 hours

HFB

14 juli 2019,

Bij de ingang van deze locatie hadden we wel wat geluk. We passeerden toevallig langs een gat in de omheining omdat we moesten omrijden.

We hebben hier 4 uur rondgewandeld, zonder een vorm van beveiliging te zien. Buiten wat andere urbexers was het hier muisstil

Vanop het dak van de gebouwen kan je uitstekende shots maken.

- Jason Janssen Photography -

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HFB
by Urbex Timo on September 8 2019 11:46 hr CE(S)T    Shortlink to this report: [ https://urbx.be/mjxs ]

Finding out the location
  easy
Access
  easy
Safety
  unsafe
Risk of being seen
  ?
General condition of the place
  ?
Traces of vandalism
  few
Good place for taking pictures?
  very good
Did you see other people?
  many


Visit date   September 7 2019 at 12 hr
Visit duration   2 hours

The bigest Blaste Furnace we have ever seen

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