Photography Saint Nicolas Coal Breaker Posted on September 2, 2020September 1, 2020 by Thomas Slatin March 2011Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostAiden Lair Lodge Next PostThe Music Trio 18 thoughts on “Saint Nicolas Coal Breaker”As someone who still uses coal to cook this is a good site. Sure coal maybe dirty but it is pretty useful. That said thanks to those who is processing it in one of these plants. Good job!!!Loading...ReplyThis has been the epicenter of energy during its glory times. Just like Rome, the coal industry collapsed because people understood the effect of burning coal in our environment.Loading...ReplyThe building looks old, for me it’s very heart breaking with a factory is abandoned… It’s too bad how the change touch everything and those who doesn’t adapt quickly tend to dissapear.Loading...ReplyI have read that it was once the largest coal crusher in the world, and the last of its kind in this state. But now this may just be part of history to remember.Loading...ReplyAnyone else notice how brilliant the sky looks in these shots? Wonderfully done Thomas!Loading...ReplyVery few coal mines are still standing today. That makes these photos special.Loading...ReplyThis is a huge building to abandon. It seems wasteful.Loading...ReplyI hope this building gets restored some time in the future. It’s such a beauty.Loading...ReplyA relic whose time has passed. Everything is all about clean energy now.Loading...ReplyThere’s no question that’s it’s a very old building. How old it is could be anyone’s guess.Loading...ReplyI really like the view of the sky, so bluish and clean. But sadly, this awe-inspiring piece of history may not be long for this world.Loading...ReplyI have never seen a coal breaker before. I am surprised this is what it looks like.Loading...ReplyThe structure looks modern. It doesn’t look at all like a coal place.Loading...ReplyRe-purposing this building for some other use would be prudent. It still has much life in it.Loading...ReplyIt’s a relief that the damage to the structure is not so extensive. A little renovation can get it back to as good as new.Loading...ReplyThat’s a very tall building. It definitely cost a lot to construct.Loading...ReplyWhat a lovely and cool giant and mighty building. Your photo work even brought out the real structure out.Loading...ReplyIt seems it always very easy to always abandon a thing. This is just a total waste for this abandonmentLoading...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.