“Landscape of old huge industrial machines.”

“Ferropolis is maybe the most striking example of German quasi-obsessive nostalgia for its industrial heritage. An open museum opened in 1995 in Gräfenhainichen, near Dessau, Ferropolis (page in English here) is a scenic landscape of old huge industrial machines from the mid-twentieth century that can measure to 30 meters high, 120 meters long and weigh up to 1980 tons. As skeletons of huge extinct dinosaurs, these derelict machines seem finally resting in a graveyard of obsolete technology.”


(via socks-studio)