When you think of a metal scrapyard, what usually comes to mind? Of course, normally, one wouldn’t think of beauty or magnificence. But remember that once upon a time, the scrap metal in these shops used to be car parts, appliances, or gadgets, which have simply outgrown their use.
People rarely think about what happens to their stuff once they are thrown out. But most of the time, especially in the case of electronics, they are recycled or kept as spare in metal or repair shops. If parts are still usable, they are given new life in another form. But if they are damaged beyond repair, that’s when they are either recycled or taken to the landfill.
Scrapyards are an interesting place. If you’re lucky, you can see a metal part being used again. Don’t be taken aback by the rust and junk – check out these photos from a metal scrapyard to see their unique beauty up close.
Photos from a Metal Scrapyard
Green plastic basket filled with all kinds of used metal parts.
Copper wire roll with tangled ends in the middle.
Messy table full of metal parts in a repair shop photographed from above.
Old and broken TV full of spider web left in a repair shop.
Old circuit board full of dust set on a table inside a repair shop.
Old car parts in a metal repair shop.
All kinds of old electronics and tools photographed from above.
Old metal parts full of dust and rust left in a scrap yard.
Scrambled metal parts and power tools on a table in a metal repair shop.
Rusty metal parts stacked in a scrap yard.
Old and broken cooling fan left in a metal scrap yard.
Dirty notebook with a pen placed on a table in a metal repair shop.
Bucket full of old and used car parts that have started to rust.
Close-up shot of the gauge of an old big blue air tank.
Light blue lamp with a white, rusty inside left inside a metal junkyard.
Close-up shot of metal wrenches in different sizes hanging on the wall.
A blue plastic bucket filled with non usable power tools placed in a metal scrap yard.
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