Sunday, September 23, 2012

ArcelorMittal from the sky

One of the ArcelorMittal steel foundries in the Liège area seen from above. It looks even more chaotic than from ground level. These factories are the last vestiges of a previously vibrant heavy industry and their future is pretty uncertain.

2 comments:

Collart Thierry said...

Dernier bastion d'une industrie jadis florissante.

Julie said...

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