A look inside the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine, the location of the worst ever nuclear disaster.
The power plant of a paper mill that closed in 2014 but had been maintained in the hope it would re-open. The mill is now back in use.
Zeche HR was a mine in Germany with an amazing bathhouse full of baskets, and features a huge hammerhead winding tower. There’s also an elephant!
Dating back to the 1920s, the industrial site in Corehem, France developed into a huge paper mill complex including several power stations.
An old decaying power plant in Italy with an array of different turbines. An old, long-disused control room remains to one side.
A small hydroelectric power plant in Italy that has been abandoned for some time. Two decayed turbines remain inside.
A well preserved power station in Austria, housing four vintage diesel-powered generating engines.
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.
The original power plant at Cockerill Sambre’s HF4 Blast Furnace in Charleroi, Belgium contained two turbines, with an additional three turbines in the extension building.
The powerhouse at the Ford assembly plant in Genk, Belgium was later used as a compressor hall. The boilers and control room were still utilised until closure in 2014.