Industrial Washing Machines.
The first time I was here, is more than two years ago. I was in total awe of this huge factory. Over the past two years, copper thieves have wreaked havoc here, dismantling the wiring to retrieve the copper. They must have stolen several tons of copper and other metals by now… As a matter of fact, they were still at it when we were there this time! Luckily they didn’t bother with us too much. They were even galant enough to stay out of our shots. In spite of all the damage, this abandoned steel mill is still easily the most impressive industrial site I have seen so far. If you enjoy rust & dust as much as I do, you’re gonna love this!
Tumblr won’t allow me to attach more than ten photos to one post. So if you would like to see the full set, you can do so by clicking THIS LINK, which will navigate you to the entire album on Flickr.
If you would like to have a look at the photos from the first visit, two years ago, clicking THIS LINK will bring you to the corresponding album on Flickr. The blog post I wrote about the previous visit on Tumblr can be found by clicking THIS LINK.
Clocking in Machine.
A large abandoned chateau in France. Check out the link for more from here…
Abandoned Chateau Vlad