Road to Nowhere: Sarajevo’s Abandoned Bobsleigh Track

A Photoessay by Matt Webber and Lisa Furness

All images by Lisa Furness – http://www.furnessphotography.com/ – except images #2 and #13 by Matt Webber, and image #11 by Marianne Maric – http://mariannemaric.tumblr.com/ – and Duplex Gallery – http://duplex100m2.com/

All text by Matt Webber – www.mrwbih.com – except description of Lisa’s project, by Lisa Furness.

 

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