Photos are from the 1960's and 1970's Stockholm, sweden show is often very large and comfortable. For a period of time during which the city was developed. Or skövlades, depending on who you ask. It is, however, stamped with the date march 31, 1981, but it was grävskopornas the engines cooled down a long time ago. The site is in the neighborhood of Klamparen in a residential area, a swing seat for AB-Separators of industries. In 1962, the company had left the site for the benefit of the rishon le-zion, and baptized at the same time, if the Alfa Laval group.
in 1983, began the construction of the court house, which stands on the site today, three years later, tiovåningshuset in the Barnhusbron. A bow-shaped building that will be torn down by the same obvious that is from the old factory in 1989, when the then, in 2009, is a listed building.
the office building at the corner of Fleminggatan/Pipersgatan, even if it was planned to go down the same road to meet them. As you can see its tower in the top center of the picture.
the plot of land would become the site of the new and much-needed premises was not completed at the fototillfället, a second option was to build the park, between city hall and the police station up on Scheelegatan. The open space on the waterfront, however, was not unknown in the past, as early as 1970, it had begun to demolish the factory buildings, and the location was in the time of the velandet is a bright and spacious, but not too cosy in the parking lot.
it is not just for the lokalpatrioten, but also for the bilnörden. From a time when Volkswagen's baton was handed over from the Bubble to the Golf and the Jetta, vinyltak ended up to be a luxurious accessory, the cars had stickers on the back, and the roof is not necessarily taken away, just because they are not being used. For a period of time when you still could see rust on the Simca 1307 and at that time, japanese cars were becoming a common feature in the bilfloran. But perhaps most important of all, a time when they are available parkeringsrutorna were many of them – and are free of charge.
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