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Posted by frank4wing | Jan 11, 2019 @ 01:51 PM | 2,751 Views
A major part of one of Germany's most famous ruins, "Building No. 10", has been torn down. The Continental factory in Hannover-Limmer was founded in 1899. Its buildings had covered the whole peninsula until they started to tear them down after the production had been moved to other sites in 1999. The remnants are classified and protected as historical monuments by law but unlike the restored tower the big representative building at the channel side is in an extremely bad condition and its future uncertain.

The excavator driver is a very nice guy and didn't mind our little quads buzzing around his 50 tons demolition monster.

Conti No. 10 Down, DJI Mavic Pro (9 min 12 sec)

Conti No. 10 Epilogue, XJB-145, Firefly Micro (4 min 4 sec)
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