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A57 Abfahrt Neuss/Büttgen Der P&R Parkplatz ist recht dunkel und dort kann man sich gut verabreden. Es kommen viele vorbei jedoch ohne direkte Absichten. Keine rumlungernden Spinner.. Ich habe dort selten aber real Pärchen im Auto fickend betrachtet. Ohne weiteren Kontakt aber sehr zeigefreudig.

Ein alter Treffpunkt im Rheinland wurde mit Zäunen verbarikadiert und zu Chrusing im Wald unbrauchbar…

Beherzten Zaunspezialisten haben ein Element entfernt und den Wald an diesem P&R Parkplatz wieder zum wilden Buschficken zugänglich gemacht…

Autobahn A46 von Neuss Richtung Aachen Abfahrt Kapellen!!!…

Ich habe dort schon vor Jahren und immer wieder sehr geile Aktion erlebt und beobachten dürfen..

Leute es sind noch ca 14 Tage Blätter an den Bäumen.. nutzt die Zeit..


1967 International Harvester IHC 353.

Sinister Sunday, part XXII: An American behind the Iron Curtain?

The US-based International Harvester Company (IHC) was probably best known for their great Scout utility vehicles, but was also a major manufacturer of agricultural machinery. In 1937, they opened a factory in Neuss, Germany, which became the corporation’s most profitable plant until it was closed in 1997.

So why is this old rusty tractor interesting? It was spotted in the depths of the East-German Spreewald forrest, a Biosphere Reserve consisting of more than 200 small canals – and no roads. As you know, Germany was divided for 40 years with the Eastern part beeing basically under Russian rule. Everything „western“ and „imperialistic“ was banned from public life, including automotive brands.

It looks like someone tried to disguise the origin of this tractor: While grille and visible mechanical parts clearly make this an IHC, the engine hood was repainted at some point and all labels were removed. Was it shipped from West Germany into the GDR back in the day? Or was it recently purchased? But who would buy a rusty (and rather oily) International Harvester today and use in the inaccessible Spreewald terrain? We don’t know. But we love the idea of an American behind the Iron Curtain.

Ein weiterer Tipp von einem anderen Parkplatzbesucher.. in Neuss gibt es den Konrad Adenauer Ring. Von dem geht der Stoffelsweg ab. Am Ende ist ein Kreisverkehr. Dort geht es rechts auf den Parkplatz eines Tennisvereins ab.
Ich habe dort abends mal zwei PKW stehen sehen und bei einem waren zwei zu Gange..

Sehr schlecht einsehbar und nachdem der Verein zu ist hat der Platz großes Potenzial..