Like you can take the crane and drive to the sunset… Shot in the old Ferrum foundry on a nice Saturday evening.
At the old pool in the Clinique du Diable, Frank frames his shot.
On the top floor of the old foundry an old compressor lays under a thick layer of black dust, unused since years.
Once used to handle the heavy, molded parts, a crane stands like a big, yellow arm with red muscles.
Ferrum is an old, traditional foundry in Switzerland. As the foundry business got no longer profitable, this part of the production ceased last year. Together with an employee we had the opportunity to visit the location which usually is NOT accessible, as the area is
Most likely the big atrium which lets the light shine through the roof to all floors gave the Château Lumière the name. An amazing atmosphere welcomes the visitors after entering the main door. The big entrance hall looks majestic and in a way mysterious –
The Clinique Du Diable is a big complex with six buildings. This is the view from the front to the main building with some of the employees’ houses. This time in black and white.
Green and red walls, remains of a red carpet… it must have been a colorful room. Although it’s not on top of the building, there is the roof forming one wall – so almost the attic.
A friend from our photo group on his first UrbEx adventure in the Clinique Du Diable. Just a year after my first visit to the Clinique I went back with some friends to see what changed – compared to my last visit there is even
At the end of April, there is still snow in the hills of Alsace. If someone would stay inside this building, most likely all windows were closed that day.