In the old foundry, most of the machines standing around during during our last visit are gone. What remains is emptiness and a thick layer of dust…
In the dark basement of the old foundry, a long lavatory stands in front of the showers and lockers. Washing after work was needed – after just a few hours of exploring I was all black. And that from an abandoned factory without work in
Below the old foundry, in the locker room, a phone hangs on the wall. Ready for a call “Shift is over – I’m coming home!”. A picture form the 2nd visit on last Saturday.
Like you can take the crane and drive to the sunset… Shot in the old Ferrum foundry on a nice Saturday evening.
A forgotten remote control for one of the many cranes insider the old foundry.
The factory work floor of the old Ferrum foundry.Shot through a dusty office window…
Along the outside wall of the old foundry, the crane was used to lift metal in to the oven.
The control console of one of the many rail cranes inside the old Ferrum foundry.
On the top floor of the old foundry an old compressor lays under a thick layer of black dust, unused since years.
The visit in Ferrum gave quite an impression about foundry business: In the dusty air, every step left a print in the thick black dust and a small cloud behind. A metal foundry is neither a clean environment nor an easy or healthy job…