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industriefotografie ; industrial photography

My novel "Hometown News" was originally going to be called "Rust Belt." It takes place in a small industrial city with scenes like this.

industriefotografie ; industrial photography

The former heavy blooming mill built by the Klöckner-Werke AG in 1956 was closed down for good in late March. The Reiner Brach company that took over the rolling mill in 1985 will be liquidated.

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Turbine from the Chirkei hydro power plant, situated on the Sulak river and it's the highest arch dam in Russia. <<< am I the only one who thought TARDIS! When first seeing this while scrolling?

Beylerbeyi Palace Istanbul

The Beylerbeyi Palace Beylerbeyi meaning "Lord of Lords" is located in the Beylerbeyi neighbourhood of Istanbul, Turkey at the Asian side of the Bosphorus. An Imperial Ottoman summer residence built in the it is now situated immediately north of t

Teeming ingots - ArcelorMittal, Coatesville Pennsylvania---- Circa Sept.1995 thru May 2003--- I held this exact job - Two overhead cab cranes worked in tandem.. One tapped heats which were out of a major melting furnace and after several extensive steps. this crane poured some of them in an old style method of steelmaking known as Igot pouring.

Teeming ingots - ArcelorMittal, Coatesville Pennsylvania I had this exact job. Two crane worked in tandem. One tapped heats which were out of a major size furnace and this crane poured them in an old style method of steelmaking known as Igot pouring.

Coils of steel product await transportation at ArcelorMittal Cleveland, photographed on Wed., August 24, 2016. The downtown skyline is in the background(Thomas Ondrey/The Plain Dealer)

Coils of steel product await transportation at ArcelorMittal Cleveland, photographed on Wed., August The downtown skyline is in the background(Thomas Ondrey/The Plain Dealer)

Glowing slabs of hot steel roll down the caster at #2 Steel Producing at the ArcelorMittal Cleveland site, photographed on Thursday, September 28, 2016. The slab at right has just been cut by torches into the desired length. All slabs are 9" deep, but may vary by width and length. (Thomas Ondrey/The Plain Dealer)

Glowing slabs of hot steel roll down the caster at #2 Steel Producing at the ArcelorMittal Cleveland site, photographed on Thursday, September 28, 2016. The slab at right has just been cut by torches into the desired length. All slabs are 9" deep, but may vary by width and length. (Thomas Ondrey/The Plain Dealer)