While most of the topside of this factory has been demolished a long time ago, several floors underneath ground still exist. The factory was first built in 1891 next to a waterfall and a river. Production started in 1983 with four paper machines and a few years it was the largest paper mill in Northern Europe. In 1914 the mill produces 35000 tons paper and 60000 tons of wet pulp. In 1986/87 the production stopped because of tougher competition and poor economic conditions leaving the place empty and abandoned.
We had heard rumors of the underground levels still there and seen a few pictures online. Straight away it was difficult to find the entrance, but with a little searching and luck we soon walked down into the darkness and overlooked a large decayed concrete world. Even if the machines were gone and there was just a few objects left to photograph the place itself had a wonderful tranquil feeling which was great to explore.