Abandoned & Industrial Photography

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Ulvsunda cementfabrik

Plant with plants

Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden.

Riverns at Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Rivners has demolished the building.

Rivners has demolished the building.

Cement tap at Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Cement tap.

Cement tap.

>Control room exterior 1 at Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Control room exterior 1.

Control room exterior 1.

Demolition ongoing. Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Demolition ongoing.

Demolition ongoing.

The bottom floor of the cement making structure at Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

The bottom floor of the cement making structure.

The bottom floor of the cement making structure.

Control room exterior 2 at Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Control room exterior 2.

Control room exterior 2.

Neighbouring building with a typical Ulvsunda industrial architecture. Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Neighbouring building with a typical Ulvsunda industrial architecture.

Neighbouring building with a typical Ulvsunda industrial architecture.

Besides the plants another object to be filed under unexpected finds in a cement mill: defunct slot (nummer-lotto) machine. Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Besides the plants another object to be filed under unexpected finds in a cement mill: defunct slot (nummer-lotto) machine.

Besides the plants another object to be filed under unexpected finds in a cement mill: defunct slot (nummer-lotto) machine.

Control room interior with big plant at Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Control room interior with big plant.

Control room interior with big plant

Plants & details

Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

… With red-pink and yellow flowers. Very beautiful.”

A rather dehydrated Elephant's tounge (Haemanthus albiflos), I guess. Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

A rather dehydrated “Elephant's tounge” (Haemanthus albiflos), I guess.

Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Hadn't it been for the reason that my apartment and balcony is already filled with plants I might have saved these.

The plant workshop at Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

The plant workshop.

Master Markör with landscape at Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Master Markör with landscape.

November cacti corpse and plant fertilizer bottles at Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

November cacti corpse and plant fertilizer bottles.

Cementa wall calendar from 1995 at Cementfabriken. Ulvsunda industriområde, Bromma, Stockholm, Sweden. December 2008.

Cementa wall calendar from 1995.

Yours truly

Hej!

[EN] Please, have a slab of small cement mill from Ulvsunda industrial zone in northern Stockholm. The photos were taken shortly before the mill was completely demolished. Besides the usual share of beautiful decay there was quite a number of house plants and planting utensils on the compound. Not completely expected in a place like this. But nice.

[SE] Varsågod, ta en klump mindre cementfabrik från Ulvsunda industriområde i norra Stockholm. Bilderna togs strax innan anläggningen var helt riven. Förutom den vanliga dosen vackert förfall innehöll anläggningen också en hel del krukväxter och blomprylar. Inte helt väntat på en plats som denna. Men trevligt.

December 2008

June 2014

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