An old decaying power plant in Italy with an array of different turbines. An old, long-disused control room remains to one side.
A Combined Heat and Power Plant of varying ages. The power station provided steam and electricity to the neighbouring Celanese Chemical Works.
The power station provided electricity to the Teesside Steelworks at Redcar. It was fuelled from by-products of the steel making processes.
Terre Rouge was a large steel works in Luxembourg. The iron-ore silos remain with a nice reflection in the water below, and the sites power plant, Central Thermique remains.
A small power plant with five old, well preserved turbines. Dating back to the 1930, the plant was part of a large iron works site.
A 1950s power station in France containing three huge turbine and generator sets. The plant closed in 2013.
The power station is part of the HF4 Blast Furnace site and was used to supply electricity directly for steel-making.
A former aircraft testing and development establishment where huge wind tunnels were used.
The iconic four chimney layout of Batersea Power Station is instantly recognisable, but the real gem is the stunning controls rooms hidden away inside.
A modern steel works in Belgium that has only recently closed. Lights, computers and machines still operate around the site.