Monday, June 8, 2009 at 5:24 AM |
Welcome to another dose of industrial ruins from around the world. Here are last weeks picks. For photo titles and the photographers names for each photo, hover your mouse over the images. For more information click on their photo to visit their Flickr page.

Some interesting websites and articles found last week.

A well done site by Viktor Macha
Bus Graveyard
Mothballed Russian Submarine
Stalin’s Lost Railway
Fordlandia: The Failure Of Ford's Jungle Utopia
Mashup video of Philadelphia coal-fired power station
Video of an Abandoned factory building, Prague

Thanks to all those photographers who contributed this week.
As always, the following photos are in no particular order.

Face
Photo credit: Christophe Regnaud

Seeing
Photo credit: ravengraphy

Caged
Photo credit: Peter Johansen aka Bertram D

bad worms
Photo credit: www.ste-peg.com

Zeche H
Photo credit: Martino - NL

Spaghetti Pipes
Photo credit: Shantideva

47: morto che parla = B&W version =
Photo credit: Urania451

Zeche H
Photo credit: Martino - NL

Union Carbide Corp 8
Photo credit: Ride My Pony

cholinergic
Photo credit: fasheezee

In the shadow...
Photo credit: Bousure

BASKET
Photo credit: MaNOuCH !!!

Tanks for the memories
Photo credit: keiththrn


Photo credit: Mark H. Baker


Photo credit: Mr. Jingles

hallway 247
Photo credit: Static_P

power_house
Photo credit: pictures of detroit

Beast
Photo credit: keiththrn


Photo credit: 3PASSA

Colossus
Photo credit: Bousure

[ perspective fau|t ]
Photo credit: shexbeer


Photo credit: Mark H. Baker

Zeichen der Zeit
Photo credit: Alt_Gr

Thread Manufacture
Photo credit: slaterspeed

KTM
Photo credit: Static_P

Flourish
Photo credit: neiltron

essay of decay
Photo credit: www.ste-peg.com

[ bathroom ]
Photo credit: shexbeer


Photo credit: 5y12u3k

Check in next Monday for another spotlight!
Posted by Chris Smart

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