Life at the aircraft cemetery
Photojournalist called Lauren DeSikka met three Thai families who live in abandoned airplanes in a wasteland in eastern Bangkok. Life at the aircraft cemetery is shown in our today's photo collection.
Which have become a shelter for these families.
The cemetery allocates Boeing 747 and McDonnell Douglas MD-82 among other aircraft.
They live here and raise children.
Nevertheless, local residents adapted them for habitation and kept them in relative order.
All airplanes are almost disassembled. They lack the covering, lights and portholes.
An empty aircraft cabin.
This man is collecting recycled materials from all over Bangkok.
This young man has lived here for 10 years with his wife.
Nevertheless, these aircraft have become home to several families that work as garbage collectors and waste processors.
It is there that you can meet the half-ruined fuselages of airliners against the background of skyscrapers.