Workers' prefabricated buildings from the 1950s

  • hawky
  • Workers' prefabricated buildings from the 1950s

 2 weeks ago


They are the most boring thing to be found in a once luxurious workers' colony and there is nothing to see there anymore. Nature has swallowed them up over the years, as well as the 130-year-old blast furnace water tanks adjacent above and below the apartment blocks. That's why I'll add a few shots of the factory hotel, one of the directors' villas, or the lavish clerk's house... All of these are now empty and used only by filmmakers. I wonder what's inside? Finally, a glimpse across the overflow of conveyor belts to the gasworks with its archive and the demolition of the blast furnace staff facilities at the new bunkers that may follow.
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