An old processing plant near Coalville. It seems in our culture we "build" much more readily than we "raze" useless, old buildings. This looks like an example of that.
Tu sais, chez nous c'est identique !.......
On construit et on abandonné .......
Argent gaspillé et laideur........))
15 Aug 2015 6:14am
15 Aug 2015 6:25am
very nice shot
with beautiful frame, colors, lights & textures!
15 Aug 2015 9:19am
I agree with you. But, this gives us good images (as is)
15 Aug 2015 9:25am
What is'it ?
15 Aug 2015 10:40am
What a photo. I bet at one time this was a busy, busy place. At least at certain times of the year.
15 Aug 2015 12:04pm
It was covered in white dust, but with no sign, I don't know.
15 Aug 2015 12:15pm
i hope they can re-use at least the metal components.
15 Aug 2015 12:39pm
There's no doubt a lot of history associated with the old plant ! Someone somewhere is sad to see it destroyed.
15 Aug 2015 3:30pm
Very sad looking building. You have captured nicely this shot.
15 Aug 2015 3:45pm
Nice documentary. As much as I like the looks of old buildings, there is too much liability in keeping them.
15 Aug 2015 5:02pm
This shows how we leave these old places to deteriorate. Nicely captured
15 Aug 2015 6:36pm
Yes, it seems to be slowly falling apart.
15 Aug 2015 11:52pm
It is too bad that it could not have been used for another use. It looks like at one time it was a nice sturdy building.
16 Aug 2015 1:25am
Tout en délabrement quelle iamg et cpatage suoperbe ensemble de cette ancienne bâtisse.
16 Aug 2015 2:54am
Great capture of this old abandoned plant. It must have been a busy plant in the past. :)
16 Aug 2015 3:03am
oh belle ruine
16 Aug 2015 8:03am
It seems like a hazard in that state of disrepair if kids go exploring around in there.
17 Aug 2015 2:01pm
Looks like a dangerous but exciting site to explore.
18 Aug 2015 2:01am
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