On holiday in southern France, I spotted this Urbex location. A large number of glasshouses from a company called Riviera Plants Company Le Muy.
From the roadside, you can only see the glasshouse graffiti under a thick layer of ink.
This urbex location is easily accessible since it’s located next to the main road to Le Muy, and there are no security measures (August 2020). A lot of damage has been done to the glasshouse windows. Very carefully tried to enter the premises.
Very big utilities building, how ever, not accessible.
The office building was accessible! Looked like if the offices were abandoned in a rush. A lot of books, papers, and administrative stuff was still on the desks and in cupboards.
Notice the Registre Des Entrees & sorties du personnel. Strange to see these very, very person identifiable notes in a register for onboarding and exit personnel which is just wondering around an empty place. Not GDPR compliant;-).
At the General Manager’s office the keys and most favorite picture is still on the desk.
Overlooking the mountains of Le Muy and Vidauban in the beautiful region of the Provence. The company originated in the 1970’s, hence the old movie tape in beautiful iron cans.
Other Urbex shoots:
Abandoned factory NordRhein Westfalen
Station Montzen, Belgium
Village of Doel, Belgium
Fort de la Chartreuse, Liege, Belgium
Reading between the lines
Seminary burned down
Dirty Factory in Liège