At Floßenbürg, the Haupteingang / Lagertor (Main Entrance / Camp Gate) to the prisoner compound did not have a fixed building or similar form of structure, such as the Torgebäude at KL-Buchenwald for example. Instead, two large stone posts - constructed of granite taken from the nearby quarry, were set to mark the entrance to the inmate's camp. Post war, the posts were moved - and the vast majority of the former prisoner camp demolished, to make way for a variety of factory workshops that sprung up on site. The original posts were then moved to the far side of the camp, tucked away on the edge of the forest behind the Krematoria facility. Today, that is where they remain. Recently, modernisation of the presentation of the camp has started to alter the site, although thankfully, in a positive manner. Reconstructed fencing has already partially been added - the posts have been set, and more foundation markers indicate the locations of former structures such as prisoner barracks. Below are two images of the former camp gate posts - these are the original posts and even have period fittings still attached. In the first image, a section of modern wire fencing has been added to period Lagerzaun posts to the right of the picture. The period gate posts stand at the foot of the steps, just above the crematorium.