Centrale de Monceau-sur-Sambre

Being back in Belgium it's clear this not the most exciting area to ride my motorcycle. On the other hand, Belgium does host a lot of impressive abandoned locations, so this weekend I paid a visit to the city of Charleroi, where a deactivated…

Tin City

When I spent two fun days on and around Stockton Beach, I visited a place called "Tin City". Despite the name there's barely any tin there and it's not a city. Rather it's a collection of about 10 shacks right in the middle of Stockton…

Skrunda-1

As I mentioned before in Latvia, I would come back to posting about this place! Skrunda-1 is the site of a Soviet closed city that was attached to two Soviet 'Dnepr' (NATO: Hen House) Radar installations. The town housed all associated staff…

Kvitsandviken Sågverk

While riding between Lillehammer and Hamar in Norway, I took a random, spur of the moment detour that brought me onto a great gravel road along the waters of lake Mjøsa. At one point I saw a bay with an interesting looking beach and…

Lars' Workshop

While riding in Norway I had a really interesting encounter. I was riding on a great small asphalt road when my rusty-car-sense went off from an (obviously) old rusty truck by the road. I stopped and snapped a picture of it. Then I noticed…

Sweden's Forgotten Car Cemetery

A while ago I went on a little road trip to the west of Sweden. In a tiny place called Båstnäs, there's the remains of a once huge car cemetery. The place is pretty well known these days, people even come from all over Europe to visit it. It…

Väddö Åkeri

About 2 years ago I was exploring the Swedish east coast, heading for a small cafe on a peninsula called Väddö. I normally would not have ended up there because the road is one way and it's an entire day worth of driving if you take leisurely…