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Buschfort - Ende einer Epoche der Textilfertigung

Ein weiterer Virtueller Rundblick in die Reste einer Produktionshalle der ehemaligen Textilfabrik Buschfort in Gladbeck die in diesen Tagen abgerissen wurde. "An gleicher Stelle" soll in den nächsten Monaten mit dem Bau von 16 kleinen Stadtvillen für Senioren, sowie drei Wohngruppen für Demenzkranke begonnen werden. Wie kaum ein anderes Medium vermitteln 360-Grad-Panoramen einen realistischen Eindruck eines Raumes. Der Betrachter steht im Mittelpunkt der Szene und kann sich durch Drehen um seine eigene Achse sowie durch Ändern des Bildausschnitts in dieser Szene bewegen und bekommt so einen Einblick in ein Stück Gladbecker Geschichte, welche den meisten in dieser Form sicherlich verborgen geblieben wäre.





Copyright: Rhein Ruhr 360°
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14052x7026
Taken: 17/05/2012
Uploaded: 25/06/2012
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: buschfort; gladbeck; textilfactory; fashion; tailoring; dressmaiking; end; bottroper street; family business; business; closure; 2012; factory; closing; shutdown; demolition; termination; history; indoors; mode; fabrik; lost place; lost places
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