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July 2001
Long, Sunlit Days
Almelo Re-visited
Plant Life
Ruhrgebiet Germany Weekend Tour
Landschaftspark Continued
"The Eiffel Tower of the Ruhrgebiet"
Zollverein Coking Plant
Kokerei Zollverein Continued
Krupp Villa Hügel
Duisburg Aupenhafen
Visit to Berlin, Germany
Reichstag, Berlin
East Berlin Places
Nighttime at the Potsdamer Platz
Day Two - Sanssouci Park
Funkturm and Berlin Wall
Other Months
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Landschaftspark Continued
Saturday, July 07, 2001; posted by Paris

The idea employed here - of preserving and recognizing the benefits of industrial production and industrial design - could also be successfully employed by the cities in the Rustbelt of the US. Instead of letting old facilities decay and rot, or destroying them for massive malls, why not preserve some of our own industrial heritage? Already, people from all over the world come to study the grain elevators in Buffalo, New York - famed for their use of advanced technology and design.

Cooling towers.

Overhead pipes and smokestack.

Window of one of the buildings.

Paris 'operates' the controls at the plant.

Sebastian and Paris composing black and white, and digital pictures.

Sebastian smiles after taking macro shots of old machine controls.