A steel works in Italy dating back to 1864 and rebuilt after the war, including coke ovens and rolling mills.
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.
A huge abandoned steel works in France with three blast furnaces and a railway station full of wagons.
The power station provided electricity to the Teesside Steelworks at Redcar. It was fuelled from by-products of the steel making processes.
The Teeside Steelworks was a large producer of steel in Middlesbrough, UK. The blast furnace was the largest in the UK.
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 huge abandoned steel works in Belgium with everything left behind.
An abandoned blast furnace in Belgium with fantastic views from the top across the huge surrounding industrial site.
A night climb of the restored blast furnaces at Belval in Luxembourg, before they open to the public.
Opening in 1972 the steelworks in Sheerness incorporated steel production furnaces and a large rolling mill. The site closed in 2012.