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Old industrial landscapes

Monday, September 18, 2006
It's been a while since I blog at this site.

While I try to catch up on the urbanization content for ELDCs, here's a clip on an old industrial area, probably in USA, judging by the smoke stacks and metalworks shown in the clip.

What does this tell you about old industrial cities that urbanized primarily due to industrialization?



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