Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at 7:41 PM |
Welcome to another week of decay and industrial ruin. Below you will find a collection of links and photography. The photographs are some of the best images submitted to our Flickr group called Industrial Decay.

Only a couple links this week..

Abandoned House in the Desert
5 Entire Islands with Large Complex Buildings Completely Abandoned
Urban3P Project Russia
Exploring Beelitz-Heilst├Ątten Germany

Other was to connect with the IDN
The Industrial Decay Network - Our Network site is now open to the Public!
Flickr Group - 7000 Members / 72,000+ Photos so far
Facebook Page - Join us!
Twitter - Follow us!

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

Rohre - Teil 1
Photo credit: © kiekmal

Torpedo Tank 8
Photo credit: © Ben Cooper

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IDN02
The Industrial Decay Network is proud to announce their latest book!

IDN02 features 37 photographers from 12 countries including Belgium, Germany, US, Canada, United Kingdom, Poland, Sweden and various stops in between. The book showcases some of the best photos submitted to our weekly Spotlights in 2008.

IDN02 is offered in two formats, To see a preview of the pages and find out how to get a copy, follow the links below.

IDN02 - Standard Landscape Format (10x8)
IDN02 - Large Landscape Format (13x11)

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Rohre - Teil 2
Photo credit: © kiekmal

Meadville Incinerator
Photo credit: © sigma.

Assembly Line
Photo credit: © earthmagnified

Itsy Bitsy Spider
Photo credit: © Charles Bodi

DSCF5132
Photo credit: © abas_photo


Photo credit: © blacklodge!!

Zeche Hugo 1952
Photo credit: © RomanyWG

Heat me up
Photo credit: © jrej


Photo credit: © blacklodge!!


Photo credit: © -cryogenic-

DSC_6226
Photo credit: © Thompski


Photo credit: © -Kronix

Zeche OP (De)
Photo credit: © telefunker


Photo credit: © blacklodge!!

AlMo1989-1991
Photo credit: © sergio sartori

BFG-3 copy
Photo credit: © Rule

IMG_7992
Photo credit: © inventor_77

Tank Factory
Photo credit: © Forgotten Planet

CCT2
Photo credit: © suspiciousminds

Ein Kessel Buntes / A Kettle of Color
Photo credit: © aufziehvogel2006

gallows
Photo credit: © CmdrCord

Fissure
Photo credit: © earthmagnified

Lokschuppen
Photo credit: © AndreasStrauch

Industrial Complex A7
Photo credit: © earthmagnified


Photo credit: © idiotcopenhagen

View to the Williamsburg Bridge
Photo credit: © Gowanus

AlMo1970-1971
Photo credit: © sergio sartori

open doors
Photo credit: © 5y12u3k

buoy
Photo credit: © b.plus

CCT2
Photo credit: © suspiciousminds

courtney love
Photo credit: © big juicy kris


Photo credit: © Michele Greco (aka djmike_foh)

NATO base Offices
Photo credit: © marco_an78

Cooling Tower
Photo credit: © telefunker


Photo credit: © blacklodge!!

AlMo1985-1986
Photo credit: © sergio sartori

[ reflection ]
Photo credit: © shexbeer

Fullers Earth Works
Photo credit: © howzey

La Manifacture
Photo credit: © www.urban-travel.org

dismantling the power plant
Photo credit: © marco_an78

No stairs
Photo credit: © kiekmal

Patterns
Photo credit: © orlando72

Industrial toilet
Photo credit: © Dr.Dragon


Photo credit: © el_crater

Weird Cabinet
Photo credit: © Keraoc

Pipework
Photo credit: © Charles Bodi

pipes 'n cones
Photo credit: © CmdrCord

powerplant
Photo credit: © Tychke-the arts of decay

Central Thermique
Photo credit: © BertBeckers

Industrial Complex A3
Photo credit: © earthmagnified


Photo credit: © blacklodge!!

Abandoned Car in RAF Croft
Photo credit: © noodlesphotography

AlMo1967-1968
Photo credit: © sergio sartori

Steelworks
Photo credit: © The View From The North


Photo credit: © blacklodge!!

Abandoned Wheel
Photo credit: © fastchris

The Two Towers
Photo credit: © jrej

The orcs are lurking underneath
Photo credit: © vetbonkie

waiting to dive back in
Photo credit: © pbo31
Posted by Chris Smart

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