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  1. Stevepg

    Great Britain The Brickworks Wrexham June 2019

    Henry Dennis founded the Hafod Brickworks in 1878 to capitalise on the reserves of Etruria Marl Clay found in the Ruabon area. Such was the popularity of its products - bricks, ridge tiles, chimney pots and the famous Ruabon quarry tile – it became known as the ‘Red Factory’. Partial visit due...
  2. AndyK!

    Old Industry

    Any shots of vintage industrial locations - the older the better!
  3. Arborshate

    Belgium BeLux-Industry-Tour, September 2017

    Hey everyone! It's been a while since our small Belgium/Luxembuorg/France-Roadtrip in September, but now I finally had the time to recall this one and edit some of the images. As I'm totally new to photography, I would be very delighted to hear your opinion on the photos and processing! (...
  4. prettypeculiar

    Belgium HFB may 2017

    During a conversation with a fellow explorer we  came to the conclusion that I have been able to visit some beautiful steelworks ... In the neighboring countries! Having this playground of rust and steel in my backyard and even went there, was quite embarrassing... . A bit later a date was set...
  5. urbexosaurus

    The Pipe & Fitting Company Ltd. (Poland - May 2015)

    A state-of-the-art manufacturer of pipes and fittings, once fully owned by the state, went bankrupt under suspicious circumstances, just before it’s 50th birthday. Only a year before the 50th anniversary, the state sold 85% of the shares in the company to a private investment firm for roughly...
  6. urbexosaurus

    Mad Scientist's Lab, Poland (May 2015)

    This place was part of a giant complex where they used to build trains for the national railroad company. Most of the site was already demolished by the time we got here, but the lab itself was still worth the visit. It's been abandoned since 2010, which is sort of surprising, if you look...
  7. Merryprankster

    Tansley wood mills - Lumsdale valley - june 2016

    first report in a while, been busy in france  :-D  + havent seen anything from this place so thought id share it. It was one of those lucky stumble upon by accident explores, which are always nice, certainly not epic to look at but its nice knowing every corner you walk round is going to be...
  8. IantheBaeyensPhotography

    Belgium Rusty & Dusty

    Once in a while, I get actually excited about industrial locations, not that often to be honest but still. This was one of those moments, they even started demolishing parts of it, but still I thought it was worth a visit when the workmen had a day off. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8...
  9. pohlovka_urbex

    Czech industrial porn

    HI  :) I´m new here. I´m from Czech and I will show you some places :)   If you want my page is https://www.facebook.com/M%C4%9Bstsk%C3%BD-pr%C5%AFzkum-495287987276687/
  10. Merryprankster

    CWM coke -Beddau - March -- 2016

    way over due writing an actual report, got a back log of about 20 reports at the minute but just cant find the time or the internet speed for uploading to flickr, spend most the week working away on the most basic hotel wifi youve ever seen then when the weekend comes around im always off...
  11. Perjury Saint

    H.F.B... Sept '15

    A late autumn morning spent lurking in a HUGE decommissioned blast furnace, dodging trains and security patrols? Yep... That'll do nicely!   . . . H F B . . .                           by                 As always, thanks for...
  12. Vief

    Equinox

    Can't tell much about this one, but it was sure one of the scariest things I've done. Inside this "tower" was not much room to stand. We were like 10/15 meters above the ground, so I held on tight  :-D . Tnx for watching  :) #1   #2   #3   #4  
  13. Urbexbandoned

    Murphy's Machinery - Leeds - August 2015

    History I couldn't find any so there is none but if I keep writing a little then it will seem that your reading something interesting. I know nothing about this place so I can't even make anything up! The explore Visited with Hamtagger :D , we had gone to Leeds to visit a few places and...
  14. Art 'n Decay

    Amy's Winehouse - visited december 2014

    Amy's Winehouse - visited december 2014 Especially for you, my UK-friends: Amy's Winehouse! No report about the queen of soul though, rather about the queen of French industrial decay. Once upon a time these winehouses were used to preserve wine before consumption. It has a pretty rare and...
  15. AndyK!

    Power Plant Liberation (May 2015)

    Our first stop off during a recent tour of European industry (and a few bloody houses!) found us peering through the fence at a shit-load of razor wire. The amount was topped by that at a steel works later in the trip, but that's another story - I think this area of Europe must have consumed...
  16. Art 'n Decay

    Terracotta Army - Sink Porn! - May 2015

    Terracotta Army - Visited may 23th 2015 5:30, Oh sh*t this was early, again, and on the last day of our first italian tour... So off course we had a few gins and beers the other night, more than usual for celebrating the last night together with the four of us. Everything went a bit slower...
  17. chambre

    Tile factory [2014]

    Today no old stuff, the most recent location I visited and managed to process the pictures, finally. This factory used to produce tiles for industrial applications. One day it was taken over by a competitor and production was transferred abroad. There is still a huge area remaining although it...
  18. chambre

    Rubber factory [2010]

    Some more old stuff from the rubber factory "John Scher" which got meanwhile demolished. I loved this place: Dirty industry, decay and plenty of machines and equipment.... #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 - product advertisement You want more? --&gt...
  19. chambre

    Power plant of the old pressing plant [visited 2010]

    The power plant is the only remainder of the former pressing plant that remains acessible. On the ground levels heavily trashed the condition get better the higher you climb... This is some old stuff from 2010. #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Check my website for the full set...
  20. MiaroDigital

    Atelier Industry... - visit 10/2014

    1. Atelier Industry 01 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 2. Atelier Industry 02 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 3. Atelier Industry 03 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 4. Atelier Industry 04 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 5. Atelier Industry 05 by MiaroDigital, on Flickr 6. Atelier Industry 06...

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