Factories are an important part of many landscapes. In some parts of the world like England's Midlands and Northern region, the USA's New England and Midwestern regions, and western Germany, they are more of a symbol of an industrial past, while in places like China factories are very much the industrial present. Whether they make shoes or microchips or electricity, manufacturing facilities fundamentally differ from other types of structures. Oftentimes, their size and complexity make them difficult to appreciate or even comprehend from ground level. Enter, the drone. Airborne cameras can provide a unique perspective to help understand what different types of factories do and how they do it. From abandoned paper mills to modern power plants, here are the best drone videos of the world's workshops! Photo: "Tesla Factory, Fremont, California" by AirVuz contributor and drone pilot caldroneflyer.
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