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dyeworks Raduner - two decades decay
Switzerland

The above multirow image is shot inside the abondoned Raduner dyeworks. The firm was founded in 1886 and terminated app. 20 years ago. The site is known to host a longstanding pollution. Possibly remediation works will start in 2010.

An excellent article in german is presented here:

http://www.tagblatt.ch/tagblatt-alt/tagblattheute/hb/ostschweiz/tb-os/art778,209743

Copyright: Bernhard Ehrminger
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 21084x10542
Taken: 20/06/2009
Uploaded: 25/06/2009
Updated: 05/12/2014
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Tags: raduner dyeworks contamination pollution factory
  • K.Stützenberger about 1 month ago
    Zehn Jahre nach dem Menschen ;-) Cool!!!
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