My final evening in Stockholm was spent exploring this abandoned chemical factory in Spånga located in Stockholm city. The main portion of the roof had been torn down and the second floor was also half gone but I decided to venture in and see what photos I could get anyway.
Before arriving in Stockholm I had researched urbex locations and there was very few still in existence and luckily this factory remained. There was very little information about the chemical factory online and no information about why it closed down, this made exploring it even more mysterious. The inner and outer walls of the building were covered in both luminous and dark shades of graffiti.
I have included several of the different photos I took at this site and it should give you an idea of how there was almost nothing left that would indicate that the structure was a former chemical factory.
As far as I know the building has since been demolished and nothing remains here but I enjoyed exploring it nonetheless and sharing these photos. My favourite feature of the building was the skull graffiti that was painted on a wall covered in dust as seen at the top of the blog. I will be posting a few more urbex blogs in the future but not too often so keep an eye out if this topic is interesting to you.
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