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I Photograph Abandoned Buildings During My Travels Across Europe

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Kelenföld Power Plant in Hungary, Budapest, a century-old facility that was once among the most advanced of its kind in the dawn of an electrical age. Captured in all its breathtaking glory by French urban photographer Romain Veillon,

Inside the glamorous ruins of a century-old Hungarian power plant

Inside the glamorous ruins of a century-old Hungarian power plant

londoninquisitor: “ (via A Rare Glimpse Inside a Magnificent, Abandoned Shrine to Electricity) At the dawn of the electrical age, power plants were more than just utilitarian buildings.

Abandoned Buildings Across Europe – Fubiz Media

Abandoned Buildings Across Europe & Namibia

pleoros: “ luxuria by romain veillon, abandon greenhouse lost somewhere in belgium overgrown by vegetation.

French photographer Romain Veillon, 30, has spent the last two years exploring abandoned facilities in Europe. One striking set takes us into the century-old control room of Budapest's Kelenföld Power Plant.  Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/budapests-kelenfld-power-plant-photos-2013-12#ixzz2odZr6pBC

This Abandoned Power Plant Has Beautiful Art Deco Interiors

Budapest's Kelenföld Power Plant is "like a time capsule.

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Buy Passing Warehouse Aisles on a Forklift by FullyStacked on VideoHive. A forklift dolly shot that passes by aisle after aisle of warehouse inventory.

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City Hall Subway Station in New York City, New York. (photo by John-Paul Palescandolo) The City Hall Subway Station opened in October 1904 and was part of the first line of the New York City Subway.

The Beauty Of Abandoned Places Before Nature Reclaims Them Forever

I Capture The Beauty Of Abandoned Places Before Nature Reclaims Them Forever

Impermanence – Matthias Haker Photography

Impermanence – Matthias Haker Photography

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