The former railway station in Bideford North Devon England UK The picture shows an old railway carriage used as an information centre and museum.
RM2E2W8HCThe former railway station in Bideford North Devon England UK The picture shows an old railway carriage used as an information centre and museum.
Casa del Vino La Baranda, Wine Museum, former farmhouse in a traditional Canarian architecture, El Sauzal, Tenerife, Spain
RMC79X95Casa del Vino La Baranda, Wine Museum, former farmhouse in a traditional Canarian architecture, El Sauzal, Tenerife, Spain
A view shows reconstructed and damaged buildings in an area of Bata's former shoe factory complex in Zlin, October 23, 2012, which Tomas Bata created as part of a 'utopian' factory village for his workers almost a century ago. A world war and four decades of communism has taken some of the shine off Zlin and dozens of the red-brick buildings in its giant factory complex had since fell into disrepair. Now public and private investors are in the final stages of a decade-old plan to restore the area. Picture taken October 23, 2012. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION
RM2CYDH93A view shows reconstructed and damaged buildings in an area of Bata's former shoe factory complex in Zlin, October 23, 2012, which Tomas Bata created as part of a 'utopian' factory village for his workers almost a century ago. A world war and four decades of communism has taken some of the shine off Zlin and dozens of the red-brick buildings in its giant factory complex had since fell into disrepair. Now public and private investors are in the final stages of a decade-old plan to restore the area. Picture taken October 23, 2012. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION
The former envelope factory in Pasing, 2012
RMDYRK1KThe former envelope factory in Pasing, 2012
Germany Gelsenkirchen Ruhr area North Rhine-Westphalia Gelsenkirchen-Schalke former coal mine Graf Bismarck hard coal mining
RMBNM8ACGermany Gelsenkirchen Ruhr area North Rhine-Westphalia Gelsenkirchen-Schalke former coal mine Graf Bismarck hard coal mining
The former Hafnerdorf Bödldorf in the Lower Bavarian municipality of Kröning is under ensemble protection. The picture shows a farmhouse parlour with old pottery. [automated translation]
RM2AMM0J4The former Hafnerdorf Bödldorf in the Lower Bavarian municipality of Kröning is under ensemble protection. The picture shows a farmhouse parlour with old pottery. [automated translation]
Visitors at an art exhibition, about 1976, Leipzig, GDR, East Germany
RMDGTB11Visitors at an art exhibition, about 1976, Leipzig, GDR, East Germany
The picture shows old buildings at an former industrial area that  is to be converted into a redevelopment zone featuring shopping malls, cinemas and offices in the Ostiense quarter of Rome, Italy, 15 April 2007. Photo: Lars Halbauer
RMDAWH3GThe picture shows old buildings at an former industrial area that is to be converted into a redevelopment zone featuring shopping malls, cinemas and offices in the Ostiense quarter of Rome, Italy, 15 April 2007. Photo: Lars Halbauer
The former railway station in Bideford North Devon England UK The picture shows old railway carriage used as an information centre and museum.The old
RM2E2W7XGThe former railway station in Bideford North Devon England UK The picture shows old railway carriage used as an information centre and museum.The old
A view shows an area of Bata's former shoe factory complex in Zlin, October 23, 2012, which Tomas Bata created as part of a 'utopian' factory village for his workers almost a century ago. A world war and four decades of communism has taken some of the shine off Zlin and dozens of the red-brick buildings in its giant factory complex had since fell into disrepair. Now public and private investors are in the final stages of a decade-old plan to restore the area. Picture taken October 23, 2012. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION CITYSPACE SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)
RM2CXAPY6A view shows an area of Bata's former shoe factory complex in Zlin, October 23, 2012, which Tomas Bata created as part of a 'utopian' factory village for his workers almost a century ago. A world war and four decades of communism has taken some of the shine off Zlin and dozens of the red-brick buildings in its giant factory complex had since fell into disrepair. Now public and private investors are in the final stages of a decade-old plan to restore the area. Picture taken October 23, 2012. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION CITYSPACE SOCIETY REAL ESTATE)
Lin Qinqguo, a resident of one of the apartment buildings where the local government built homes for former miners and farmers as part of an urbanisation programme, shows a picture taken with her mother at her old house, during an interview with Reuters in Mentougou district, in a suburb of Beijing, February 28, 2013. China plans major bond market reform to raise the money the ruling Communist Party needs for a 40 trillion yuan ($6.4 trillion) urbanisation programme to buoy economic growth and close a chasm between the country's urban rich and rural poor. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags:
RM2D0GWKMLin Qinqguo, a resident of one of the apartment buildings where the local government built homes for former miners and farmers as part of an urbanisation programme, shows a picture taken with her mother at her old house, during an interview with Reuters in Mentougou district, in a suburb of Beijing, February 28, 2013. China plans major bond market reform to raise the money the ruling Communist Party needs for a 40 trillion yuan ($6.4 trillion) urbanisation programme to buoy economic growth and close a chasm between the country's urban rich and rural poor. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags:
A view shows the abandoned buildings of Montevideo's central train station August 10, 2011. Uruguay, a plucky little country led by a former guerrilla leader whose most valuable possession is an old Volkswagen Beetle, is angling to become a new darling among global investors. It is poised to regain investment-grade status after getting two credit rating upgrades in the last month, and its 2003 voluntary debt renegotiation is cited as an example for crisis-struck Europe. Picture taken August 10, 2011. To match story URUGUAY-ECONOMY/REUTERS/Andres Stapff(URUGUAY - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
RM2D04RWMA view shows the abandoned buildings of Montevideo's central train station August 10, 2011. Uruguay, a plucky little country led by a former guerrilla leader whose most valuable possession is an old Volkswagen Beetle, is angling to become a new darling among global investors. It is poised to regain investment-grade status after getting two credit rating upgrades in the last month, and its 2003 voluntary debt renegotiation is cited as an example for crisis-struck Europe. Picture taken August 10, 2011. To match story URUGUAY-ECONOMY/REUTERS/Andres Stapff(URUGUAY - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)