A steel works in Italy dating back to 1864 and rebuilt after the war, including coke ovens and rolling mills.
Dating back to the 1920s, the industrial site in Corehem, France developed into a huge paper mill complex including several power stations.
An abandoned fabric mill in Austria with everything left in place including vintage spinning and weaving machinery.
The Duferco steel works at Usine Gustave Boël made long steel products until production ceased in 2013. The NLMK areas of the plant are still in use.
Tullis Russel was a paper mill in Glenrothes, Scotland. The Markinch power station was built to provide electricity to the mill.
Dating back to 1804, Tulis Rissell was a papermakers in Scotland. The mill contained large production lines for making paper.
A huge abandoned steel works in France with three blast furnaces and a railway station full of wagons.
Lackenby Steelworks forms part of the huge Teesside integrated steel-making plant in Redcar which was closed by SSI in 2015.
Opening in 1972 the steelworks in Sheerness incorporated steel production furnaces and a large rolling mill. The site closed in 2012.
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.