Des Carrières Incinerator – Montreal – Black & White

Hi photographers and urban explorers,

Another article about the Des Carrières Incinerator of Montreal, but this time, with black and white pictures.
I wanted to see the result of it, as I found the pictures from the first exploration I did there, with my friend Jarold.
We couldn’t go in the first time, but it was still impressive to explore around the incinerator, especially the high chimneys.
Some interesting structures and an abandoned control room at the entrance, are part of the huge Des Carrières Incinerator of Montreal.

So here are few black and white photos of the incinerator.
I hope you will like them.

Learn more and see more about the Des Carrieres Incinerator of Montreal, on these pages:
The Abandoned Incinerator Of Montreal

The Abandoned Incinerator Des Carrières. Incinerator #3

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