Vertical aerial photograph of bombed workshops. It is captioned 'Essen (Krupps)'. Majority of buildings shown are damaged or severely damaged, many are entirely without roofs. One smaller building to upper centre with a clerestory roof appears intact. This building has railway sidings entering from the top. Shadows from this building to a wrecked building below it (with a chimney stack) suggest presence of elevated conveyors or pipelines between them. Two further examples of these elevated structures run to the right at ninety degrees. Four further chimney stacks are shown. Three are in a line top left and the fourth in upper centre left. Railway sidings with wagons throughout, with main grouping running diagonally top right, to bottom right.
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