The world's largest abandoned machinery is called "blue miracle."
36-year-old Dutch photographer (Bas van der Poel) in Dresden near the world's most abandoned abandoned machinery - "blue miracle" figure, it quietly stayed there for nearly 13 years.
This huge bucket wheel excavator is considered the world's largest abandoned machine. It is known as the "blue miracle", assembled in the town of Laher Hammer in Germany, because the body of the bright blue paint derived from this name. Is a 370-foot (about 113 meters) long, 190 feet (about 58 meters) high, costing 3500 tons of steel produced by the shearer, a total of 20 hills, each fork can be excavated a total of 52 cubic Feet (about 1.5 cubic meters) of coal.
The monster machine was in service for 50 years at the lignite plant in eastern Germany, where it worked in many open pit mines and eventually retired in 2003.subscriptionHome