Chatterley Whitfield is a disused colliery near Stoke on Trent which was later used a mining museum. The museum closed in 1993.
The Teeside Steelworks was a large producer of steel in Middlesbrough, UK. The blast furnace was the largest in the UK.
A 1950s power station in France containing three huge turbine and generator sets. The plant closed in 2013.
The iconic four chimney layout of Batersea Power Station is instantly recognisable, but the real gem is the stunning controls rooms hidden away inside.
Globe Mills were built in 1887-9 by the newly established Globe Worsted company of Slaithwaite in the Clone Valley near Huddersfield. The site is now being redeveloped.
Shoreham Works was established in 1883 to produce cement. The first ever Vickers Armstrong design of rotary kiln was installed in 1940s. The site closed in 1991.
The abandoned cooling tower of IM Power Plant in Belgium is huge and looks like a set from a Sci-Fi movie inside
Gigawatt power station opened in 1960s and grew to be Belgium’s largest thermal power plant. The now-decommissioned plant is seriously huge!
The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant located in Ukraine was the location of the worst ever nuclear disaster. The power station is now being decommissioned.