Sabotage against Aabybro Machine Factory 09-02-1943
Situation outline of the crime scene.
Ground plan of the factory.
The fire site viewed from the gate. From the left is first marked the brewery and from there the south located path.
Fire site viewed from the east.
Fire site viewed from the south. Below to the left the remains of a woodpile is marked.
The fire site viewed from the south. Below in the center you can see remains of a woodpile, while the other buildings to the left are neighboring properties.
Fire site viewed from southwest.
The fire site viewed from the north. To the left in the picture the building site is marked, while the higher situated building is the neighboring property.
The fire site viewed from the northeast. The arrow shows the southern path.
The path viewed from the south.
The factory served as a joinery and was owned by Master Carpenter Jens Jensen. Only the farmhouse could be salvaged. The timber warehouse, the joinery and a shed burned to the ground.
Aabybro (se rids)
49 Nørre Sundby