• Industrial Locations

TG Greens Pottery Works, Derbyshire

T. G. Green’s Pottery, Derbyshire

T. G. Green's produced the Cornishware range of kitchenware at their Pottery in Derbyshire. The striped design is still produced today but the original factory closed in 2007.
Battersea Power Station, London UK

Battersea Power Station, London, UK

The iconic four chimney layout of Batersea Power Station is instantly recognisable, but the real gem is the stunning controls rooms hidden away inside.
SM Steel Works, Belgium

S.M. Steel Works, Belgium

A modern steel works in Belgium that has only recently closed. Lights, computers and machines still operate around the site.
Kraftwerk V Power Plant Germany

Kraftwerk Vockerode, Abandoned Power Plant, Germany

A huge abandoned power plant in Germany with a seriously epic control room.
Richemont Power Plant, France

Richemont Power Plant, Lorraine, France

A large abandoned power station in France with big white turbines.
The Black Turbines, Italy

The Black Turbines of Italy

The Black Turbines were the workhorses of an early hydroelectric power plant in Italy.
British Celanese, Chemical Factory, Derby

British Celanese – Chemical Works, Spondon, UK

British Celanese was a chemical plant in Spondon near Derby, UK, specialising in cellulose acetate fabrics, nylon based material and vinyl acetate. The factory closed in 2012.
Robert Fletchers Paper Mill, Oldham

Robert Fletcher & Sons Paper Mill, Oldham, UK

Robert Fletcher's and Son's was a paper mill in Oldham. The mill closed down over night 13 years ago and everything has been left how it was.
Spillers Millennium Mills London

Spillers Millennium Mills, London

Millennium Mills is a large abandoned flour mill on Royal Victoria Dock, London. Built at the turn of the 20th century, the building is the last remaining of it's era in the area.
Ford Plant, Swaythling, Southampton

Ford Transit Van Factory, Southampton

The Ford Plant in Swaythling, Southampton produced Transit Vans from 1965 until it's closure in 2013. The automated production lines feature lots of cool robots!
Zeche M Heinz Bergwerk Coal Mine, Germany

Bergwerk West Friedrich-Heinrich, Germany

Zeche M / Zeche Heinz is the above-ground coal processing complex of an abandoned coal mine in Germany.
Grimsby Ice Factory

The Ice Factory, Grimsby, Lincolnshire, UK

The Grimsby Ice Factory was the largest producer of ice in the world. Compressors from the 1930s are still in place and are the oldest and largest example of such to remain.