Photography Abandoned Hydroelectric Plant Posted on April 8, 2018April 8, 2018 by Thomas Slatin 2010Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostAbandoned Adirondack Mountain Rail Yard Next PostA Little Reading 15 thoughts on “Abandoned Hydroelectric Plant”This is one old hydroelectric plant..it should be thrashed..great photographyLoading...ReplyReally I cried in my spirit. Abandoned investment. Abandoned power project. So painfulLoading...ReplyPhotography work on point . I’m wondering what went wrong with the hydroelectric plant before being abandoned.Loading...Replybeautiful and nostalgic picture, it makes me wonder why it got abandoned , what didnt work?Loading...ReplyThis hydroelectric plant must be very expensive, I wonder why it was been abandoned. I love this photography, you too it from the perfect angle. Thanks for sharing.Loading...ReplyI guess even if this is an abandoned one, it still works. I hope some will restore it one day.Loading...ReplyThis is a very dated hydroelectric plant. Modern ones look much different.Loading...ReplyI like the black and white effect. It creates a nice sense of nostalgia for the photo.Loading...ReplyI’m surprise at how small the hydroelectric plant is. I was expecting a massive construction!Loading...ReplyThis must be a small scale plant. I have seen others that are stories and stories huge!Loading...ReplyI can see why the plant was abandoned. It is so old.Loading...ReplyTom, seriously? Why giving up on such a beauty? Nice shot though, but I hope it needs a reviving touch!Loading...ReplyToo bad that this tool for generating power was abandoned. But this is a shot shot with the edit in tow.Loading...ReplyA remnant yet vital part of the past. From this we got our modern power plants these days. This one introduced the concept and paved the way for modern technology. Great shot.Loading...ReplyIt looks like the power plant had a very good run, and yet was also very excellently maintained judging by the way how it doesn’t look too shabby. It must have powered a lot of establishments, and maybe residential areas in its very long lifespan.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.