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    Default 7 abandoned wonders of Europe

    http://weburbanist.com/2008/02/27/7-...tic-factories/

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    Sweet! It's time I looked for a job in Germany.

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    Nice. I always wondered where this place was, ever since I saw it on opacity. I can't believe it is a pumping station.


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    Interesting read, I saw the thing about Tokyo in the underground thing. Ive always wanted to see them, but...permission for that might be tough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kts262 View Post
    http://weburbanist.com/2008/02/27/7-...tic-factories/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carnage517 View Post
    Interesting read, I saw the thing about Tokyo in the underground thing. Ive always wanted to see them, but...permission for that might be tough.
    If you're referring to the G-Cans flood control system (since the linked article doesn't mention Tokyo) then you simply sign up for the tour online and turn up. As I understand they no longer offer access to the floor of the pressure chamber but you can take the walkway around the top. If you don't speak Japanese then you'll a Japanese speaker with you for safety reasons.

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