September 05, 2003
Norwegian Contractors, Hinna
The Leaning Tower of Hinna

The leaning tower of Hinna (a suburb of Stavanger, Norway) used to be a symbol of technological leadership in offshore oil platform construction, proving this construction company's ability to build non-straight structures (and providing a local landmark).

Now, formerly Norwegian Contractors (now Aker Maritime Contractors(?)) are shutting down their operation in the Norwegian oil capital, and I took a walk around their formerly busy site...

Rusty boat
Rusty ship with a plant

A pile of old wheels


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wow. I dig that leaning tower. great shot.

Posted by: 990000 on September 25, 2003 03:53 AM
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