This is Serooskerke's latest unit, well hidden under the trees but I wish I had never found it, since its attractions are little and the environment dangerous.
If you want to do the excursion anyway, you must head in the newest suburb of Serooskerke, the region around Gargon (along the passage Zandput / GargonStreet)
WARNING: TAKE CARE OF THE DOGS
when I wanted to photograph this unit, some dogs tried to bite and kill me!!
Although this model is unique in many ways, at least in Serooskerke, this unit is - unless you're highly interested in this specific type of architecture - hardly worth noticing!
Probably a rare still terrible mistake has occured here. On the unit is painted "22", but there's another #22 as well (Boshoekweg, see previous tip).
I wrote LETTERS, sent FAXES and E-MAILS, and eventually went to the office myself, to find out that this actually has to be #23!!!! Please keep that in mind, don't be confused....it's all sorted out (but don't bother visiting it).
This unit #22 is located along a tight country road far out of Serooskerke Centre towards the North Sea Coast.
It's delicate measurements, the rarely seen type of body and it's wonderful countryside location might be tempting enough to visit the unit, but still, I would think twice before heading out there.
mourn, mourn, mourn...modernisation has come to Serooskerke! The rare 60's green metal low voltage unit #22 in the Boshoekweg has recently been replaced by a boring and awful GREY bodied unit.
***I don't know wheather the old unit has been stalled in a museum here or there...I will try to get info...***
Arghhhhh, this awful unit #21 is the WORST tourist trap in Serooskerke
Residents of the mid 70's suburb around the Primary School tried to convince me that #21 appears on an almost mystical level, but please...stay away from it!!!
This is said to be one of the highlights of the infamous "Serooskerke on low voltage" tour
However, I don't agree with that. Yeah, it's for sure one of the most accessible along the Noordweg, probably the oldest street in Serooskerke, and therefore highly praised.
But again, there's so much more to see in Serooskerke besides of these storage units. In my opinion - but I know many locals would disagree - you should to stick to a maximum of 10 units, and this #20 then could easily be skipped.
Number 19 is definately one of the most remote and off the beaten path low voltage storage units in all of Serooskerke.
The location near farmlands is surely stunning and the unit is partly covered by reed which gives it an truly exotic feel, but I still doubt wheather it's worth the visit.
Note that even local guides probably don't know about it's existance!!
If you want to see it anyway, please mail me and I will be your guide.
This unit is very remote and moreover oddly situated along the highway from Serooskerke to Rotterdam.
The unit has one of the more recently manufactured type of housings and is for that reaon alone not very interesting. Moreover, to reach unit #17, it takes at least 15 minutes by bicycle from the Coinsquare in Serooskerke Centre.
So don't bother about the excursion advertised in some agencies.
If I had to choose only two units to see in Serooskerke, number 16 would be one of them (besides the superb #22)!
Not only is the unit itself a masterpiece of Dutch Industrial Art, the views on the former Reformed Church are FABULOUS, STUNNING and AWESOME!!!
Number 16 is actually a must see!!!!!
This unit is well hidden in the dense jungle of Serooskerke.
After hours of searching you may find the unit a major disappointment. The hunt is cool, but about the catch you won't be too much pleased...Skip it!
Although the unmistakable fact that #15 is surrounded by some of the most stunning flowers of Urban Serooskerke, this unit is hardly worth noticing.
If you're in the neighbourhood though, you may like to spend 20 minutes something exploring the unit. It's not easy to find, being in the bush, but the locals will be happy to show you the way.
Although the authentic old newspapers on top look absolutely gorgeous, I wouldn't bother checking out this unit!
However, you may want to steal the newspapers hahaha! That would be a joke!
Despite it's extremely picturesque setting on the edge of Serooskerke, this unit is not really worth noticing.
However if you have time to spare, the walk up there is reasonably nice. The unit is easily spotted from the main Middelburg / Veere junction. And sometimes you even might see horses.
Especially this unit is hardly worth noticing, so don't pay any attention to it! It's probably the least exciting of all units in Serooskerke.
On it's surface is written the word "homo".
Although easy to visit in the Historical Heart of Serooskerke's Mainstreet, this unit is hardly worth noticing, so don't pay any attention to it!
Unique Suggestions: I'm sorry, you just waisted our time...there are so many better things to do in Serooskerke (check under nightlife to mention just something...!)
This particular unit is amongst the most attractive in Serooskerke - look for example at its fine decorated columns.
Unfortunately the unit has been painted white by personnel of shoe store Bart Sinke - for reasons I still have to determine - and thus lost it's original green outfit.
I have been considering it a lot, but I feel Mr. Sinke thought the dark green unit was attracting too much attention so that customers wouldn't notice his shop anymore...