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Djurgårdsvarvet & Beckholmen

Disappearing dockside.

Stockholm, Sweden.

Pigeons' hangout at Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Pigeons' hangout.
Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Top floor at Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Top floor.
Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Bureaucracy at Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Bureaucracy.
Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Posh restaurant to be at Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Posh restaurant to be.
Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Sentinental shelter with photographer's shadow at Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Sentinental shelter with photographer's shadow.
Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

View from Beckholmen. Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

View from Beckholmen.
Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

By the entrance at Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

By the entrance.
Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

View from the bridge to Beckholmen. That's an Akay on the side at Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

View from the bridge to Beckholmen. That's an Akay on the side.
Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Men vem är det som styr? Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Men vem är det som styr?.
Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Secret caverns at Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Secret caverns.
Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Welded iron art by Bengt-Erik Romin, 1968 at Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Welded iron art by Bengt-Erik Romin, 1968.
Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Welded iron art by Bengt-Erik Romin, famous art-boat in the back at Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Welded iron art by Bengt-Erik Romin, famous art-boat in the back.
Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Dry dock with the steamer Storskär at Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

Dry dock with the steamer “Storskär”.
Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

The line of cranes at Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

The line of cranes.
Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. March 2009.

A casual stroll

Köper säljer alla bilar at Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. November 2009.

“Buys sells all cars”.
Djurgårdsvarvet. Stockholm, Sweden. November 2009.

Type R container at Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. November 2009.

Type R container.
Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. November 2009.

Feel free to pass. Thanks for being respectful. With guardian cat at Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. November 2009.

“Feel free to pass. Thanks for being respectful”. With guardian cat.
Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. November 2009.

Stilleben. Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. November 2009.

Stilleben.
Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. November 2009.

Solace in Stockholm overlooking the dry docks and cranes at Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. November 2009.

“Solace in Stockholm” overlooking the dry docks and cranes.
Beckholmen. Stockholm, Sweden. November 2009.

Yours truly

Ohoy!

[EN] On Saturday morning my friend texted. “How about a photo excursion to Beckholmen?” It happened to be one of the last trips there. The famous cranes are now gone and large parts of the island closed off for construction. A fate as tepid as the tea we had at one of the tourist traps on Djurgården afterwards.

[SE] På lördagförmiddagen kom ett meddelande från min kompis. ”Vad sägs om en fotoutflykt till Beckholmen?” Det visade sig att det skulle bli en av de sista turerna hit. De berömda kranarna är borta nu och stora delar av ön avspärrad för att bebyggas. Ett öde lika ljummet som téet vi drack på en av Djurgårdens turistfällor efteråt.

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