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Anthony Hütte Oberhausen
This is an abandoned coal mine, that closed many years ago. The area is not in use, everything seems to be falling apart, nature is taking over again.Taken by moodification with a Lomography Horizon Perfekt loaded with Lomography X Tungsten film (available in our Online Shop) in Oberhausen, Germany. These tags describe this photo: anthony hütte, oberhausen, abandoned, coalmine, ruhrgebiet, industriekultur, industry, architecture, old, horizon perfekt, x-pro, cross, x tungsten, pink, and panorama shot. Date: 2012-03-24. Time: Afternoon. This photo can be found in the album Anthony Hütte - Abandoned coal mine.
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