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Everyday people living in the cemetery of planes. Photo

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. ФотоThis is a unique Mestre is located in Bangkok.

Photojournalist Lauren Decicca met three Thai families who live in an abandoned aircraft in a vacant lot in the Eastern part of Bangkok. Life at an aircraft graveyard in our today’s collection.

1. A vacant lot on Ramkhamhaeng road in Eastern Bangkok locals call the “graveyard of airplanes”

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

2. This is where you can come across the dilapidated fuselage of the aircraft on the background of skyscrapers.

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 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

3. However, these planes are home to several families who are working trash collectors and waste recyclers.

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

4. This young man has lived here for 10 years with his wife.

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

5. This man collects recycled materials from all over Bangkok.

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

6. The empty cockpit.

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

7. All aircraft are almost completely dismantled. They removed the headliner, lights and portholes.

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 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

8. However, the locals have adapted them for housing and kept in relative order.

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

9. To live and raise children.

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

10. Dinner with the family.

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

11. Homemade kitchen.

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

12. Among the many stand out fuselage of the Boeing 747 and McDonnell Douglas MD-82.

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

13. Which became a shelter for these families.

 Будни людей, живущих на кладбище самолетов. Фото

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