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NEW YORK-SHOOTING
RTS4TAIO 
January 24, 2022 
Unused police tape is pictured near the scene of a shooting that led the the death of officer Jason Rivera,... 
New York City, UNITED STATES 
Police Shooting in New York City 
Unused police tape is pictured near the scene of a shooting that led the the death of officer Jason Rivera, who was shot while responding to a domestic violence call, in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City, U.S., January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri 
EUROPE-WEATHER/GERMANY-AHR
RTS3ZCKZ 
December 23, 2021 
A combination picture shows Franziska Hilberath, a victim of the July 15, 2021 extreme weather conditions... 
AHRWEILER, Germany 
Aftermath of the July floods in the Ahr Valley 
A combination picture shows Franziska Hilberath, a victim of the July 15, 2021 extreme weather conditions in the Ahr Valley, reading her mail after emptying her letterbox of her unusable house following the floods in Ahrweiler, Germany December 23, 2021 (L) and her on the veranda of the new home she and her partner received by the authorities in Grafschaft, near Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, Germany December 23, 2021 (R). REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AUSTRALIA
RTX8HFZT 
December 21, 2020 
Unused check-in kiosks are seen inside a mostly empty domestic terminal at Sydney Airport after surrounding... 
Sydney, Australia 
Unused check-in kiosks are seen in the wake of a COVID-19 outbreak in Sydney 
Unused check-in kiosks are seen inside a mostly empty domestic terminal at Sydney Airport after surrounding states shut their borders to New South Wales in response to an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Sydney, Australia, December 21, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/AUSTRALIA
RTX8HFZU 
December 21, 2020 
Unused check-in kiosks are seen inside a mostly empty domestic terminal at Sydney Airport after surrounding... 
Sydney, Australia 
A quiet Sydney Airport is seen in the wake of a COVID-19 outbreak in Sydney 
Unused check-in kiosks are seen inside a mostly empty domestic terminal at Sydney Airport after surrounding states shut their borders to New South Wales in response to an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Sydney, Australia, December 21, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott 
CLIMATE-CHANGE/BRITAIN
RTX8AEDP 
November 18, 2020 
A Tesla electric charging point stands unused in a car park, as Britain will ban the sale of new petrol... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Tesla electric charging point stands unused in a car park, as Britain will ban the sale of new petrol... 
A Tesla electric charging point stands unused in a car park, as Britain will ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2030, five years earlier than previously planned, in London, Britain, November 18, 2020. REUTERS/Simon Dawson 
GLOBAL-RACE/USA-TRUMP
RTX7SZ3E 
September 01, 2020 
Homemade "Black Lives Matter" shields flank a display of an apparently new gas mask, new construction... 
KENOSHA, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Trump visits site of protests against police brutality and racial injustice in Kenosha,... 
Homemade "Black Lives Matter" shields flank a display of an apparently new gas mask, new construction helmets still in their plastic bags, knee pads with their sales tags still on them, unused wooden sticks and new megaphones in the Kenosha law enforcement command center as U.S. President Donald Trump attends a roundtable discussion on "Wisconsin Community Safety" after the president surveyed property damage in the aftermath of recent protests against police brutality and racial injustice and the ensuing violence after the shooting of Jacob Blake by a police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S., September 1, 2020. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
GLOBAL-RACE/USA-TRUMP
RTX7SZ2Z 
September 01, 2020 
An apparently new gas mask sits as part of a display with new construction helmets still in their plastic... 
KENOSHA, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Trump visits site of protests against police brutality and racial injustice in Kenosha,... 
An apparently new gas mask sits as part of a display with new construction helmets still in their plastic bags, knee pads with their sales tags still on them, unused wooden sticks and new megaphones next to homemade "Black Lives Matter" shields in the Kenosha law enforcement command center as U.S. President Donald Trump attends a roundtable discussion on "Wisconsin Community Safety" after the president surveyed property damage in the aftermath of recent protests against police brutality and racial injustice and the ensuing violence after the shooting of Jacob Blake by a police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S., September 1, 2020. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
GLOBAL-RACE/USA-TRUMP
RTX7SZ2Q 
September 01, 2020 
New construction helmets still in their plastic bags, knee pads with their sales tags still on them,... 
KENOSHA, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Trump visits site of protests against police brutality and racial injustice in Kenosha,... 
New construction helmets still in their plastic bags, knee pads with their sales tags still on them, unused wooden sticks and new megaphones sit on display next to homemade "Black Lives Matter" shields in the Kenosha law enforcement command center as U.S. President Donald Trump attends a roundtable discussion on "Wisconsin Community Safety" after the president surveyed property damage in the aftermath of recent protests against police brutality and racial injustice and the ensuing violence after the shooting of Jacob Blake by a police officer in Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S., September 1, 2020. REUTERS/Leah Millis 
USA-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYMENT
RTX7I0AB 
May 08, 2020 
The employee entrance of a Hyatt hotel is unused while the hotel is completely closed to guests during... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
The employee entrance of a Hyatt hotel is unused while the hotel is completely closed to guests during... 
The employee entrance of a Hyatt hotel is unused while the hotel is completely closed to guests during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Washington, U.S. May 8, 2020. New unemployment data shows the U.S. economy lost a staggering 20.5 million jobs in April. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-NEW YORK
RTX7G9Q4 
April 28, 2020 
Unused idle buses are seen parked along the Hudson River with the Midtown Manhattan skyline of New York... 
Weehawken, UNITED STATES 
Unused busses parked with New York City skyline during outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in... 
Unused idle buses are seen parked along the Hudson River with the Midtown Manhattan skyline of New York City behind during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Weehawken, New Jersey, U.S., April 28, 2020. REUTERS/Mike Segar 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-NURSE
RTS37VCW 
April 01, 2020 
A health worker walks by tents that were built to test for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) but as... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Brooklyn 
A health worker walks by tents that were built to test for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) but as yet are unused at the Brookdale Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, U.S. April 1, 2020. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
CHINA-HEALTH/HOSPITAL
RTS32BS1 
February 17, 2020 
A nurse walks inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center Shanghai,... 
Shanghai, China 
A nurse walks inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center Shanghai,... 
A nurse walks inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center Shanghai, following the outbreak of the new coronavirus, in Shanghai, China February 17, 2020. Noel Celis/Pool via REUTERS 
CHINA-HEALTH/HOSPITAL
RTS32BS0 
February 17, 2020 
The nurses talk inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center,... 
Shanghai, China 
The nurses talk inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center,... 
The nurses talk inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center, following the outbreak of the new coronavirus, in Shanghai, China February 17, 2020. Noel Celis/Pool via REUTERS 
CHINA-HEALTH/HOSPITAL
RTS32BRZ 
February 17, 2020 
The nurses' uniforms hang on the wall of finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public... 
Shanghai, China 
The nurses' uniforms hang on the wall of finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public... 
The nurses' uniforms hang on the wall of finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center, following the outbreak of the new coronavirus, in Shanghai, China February 17, 2020. Noel Celis/Pool via REUTERS 
CHINA-HEALTH/HOSPITAL
RTS32BRV 
February 17, 2020 
A nurse walks inside a quarantine room for coronavirus patients at finished but still unused building... 
Shanghai, China 
A nurse walks inside a quarantine room for coronavirus patients at finished but still unused building... 
A nurse walks inside a quarantine room for coronavirus patients at finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center, in Shanghai, China February 17, 2020. Noel Celis/Pool via REUTERS 
CHINA-HEALTH/HOSPITAL
RTS32BRT 
February 17, 2020 
Nurses walk inside a quarantine room for coronavirus patients at finished but still unused building A2... 
Shanghai, China 
Nurses walk inside a quarantine room for coronavirus patients at finished but still unused building A2... 
Nurses walk inside a quarantine room for coronavirus patients at finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center, in Shanghai, China February 17, 2020. Noel Celis/Pool via REUTERS 
CHINA-HEALTH/HOSPITAL
RTS32BRQ 
February 17, 2020 
Doctor Lu Hongzhou, co-director of Shanghai Public Clinical Center, shows a quarantine room for coronavirus... 
Shanghai, China 
Doctor Lu Hongzhou, co-director of Shanghai Public Clinical Center, shows a quarantine room for coronavirus... 
Doctor Lu Hongzhou, co-director of Shanghai Public Clinical Center, shows a quarantine room for coronavirus patients at the finished but still unused building A2, in Shanghai, China February 17, 2020. Noel Celis/Pool via REUTERS REFILE - CORRECTING NAME 
CHINA-HEALTH/HOSPITAL
RTS32BRK 
February 17, 2020 
Nurses walk inside a quarantine room for coronavirus patients at finished but still unused building A2... 
Shanghai, China 
Nurses walk inside a quarantine room for coronavirus patients at finished but still unused building A2... 
Nurses walk inside a quarantine room for coronavirus patients at finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center, in Shanghai, China February 17, 2020. Noel Celis/Pool via REUTERS 
CHINA-HEALTH/HOSPITAL
RTS32BRI 
February 17, 2020 
A nurse stands inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center Shanghai,... 
Shanghai, China 
A nurse stands inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center Shanghai,... 
A nurse stands inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center Shanghai, following the outbreak of the new coronavirus, in Shanghai, China February 17, 2020. Noel Celis/Pool via REUTERS 
CHINA-HEALTH/HOSPITAL
RTS32BOI 
February 17, 2020 
The nurses walk inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center Shanghai,... 
Shanghai, China 
The nurses walk inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center Shanghai,... 
The nurses walk inside finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center Shanghai, following the outbreak of the new coronavirus, in Shanghai, China February 17, 2020. Noel Celis/Pool via REUTERS 
CHINA-HEALTH/HOSPITAL
RTS32BOH 
February 17, 2020 
A security guard wearing protective facemask stands in the lobby of finished but still unused building... 
Shanghai, China 
A security guard wearing protective facemask stands in the lobby of finished but still unused building... 
A security guard wearing protective facemask stands in the lobby of finished but still unused building A2 of the Shanghai Public Clinical Center Shanghai, following the outbreak of the new coronavirus, in Shanghai, China February 17, 2020. Noel Celis/Pool via REUTERS 
PHILIPPINES-VOLCANO/TAAL
RTS2YA88 
January 14, 2020 
Urinals are filled with volcanic ash in a closed park in Tagaytay City, Philippines, January 14, 2020.... 
Tagaytay, Philippines 
Urinals are filled with volcanic ash in a closed park in Tagaytay City 
Urinals are filled with volcanic ash in a closed park in Tagaytay City, Philippines, January 14, 2020. REUTERS/Eloisa Lopez 
USA-TRUMP/ALERTS
RTS23ZTO 
October 03, 2018 
Alexandra Dalton and Sam Rosen look at her cellphone as she received a text alert that the Trump administration... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Alexandra Dalton and Sam Rosen look at her cellphone as she received a text alert that the Trump administration... 
Alexandra Dalton and Sam Rosen look at her cellphone as she received a text alert that the Trump administration sent all U.S. cellphones to test a previously unused alert system that aims to warn the public about national emergencies at Madison Square Park in Manhattan, New York, U.S., October 3, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton 
USA-TRUMP/ALERTS
RTS23ZTJ 
October 03, 2018 
Alexandra Dalton and Sam Rosen look at their cellphones as the received a text alert that the Trump administration... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Alexandra Dalton and Sam Rosen look at their cellphones as the received a text alert that the Trump administration... 
Alexandra Dalton and Sam Rosen look at their cellphones as the received a text alert that the Trump administration sent all U.S. cellphones to test a previously unused alert system that aims to warn the public about national emergencies at Madison Square Park in Manhattan, New York, U.S., October 3, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton 
PHILIPPINES-CRIME/
RTX2WUPK 
December 29, 2016 
Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald Dela Rosa (C), along with other police officials,... 
Bulacan, Philippines 
PNP Director General Dela Rosa, along with other police officials, dunks confiscated illegal firecrackers... 
Philippine National Police (PNP) Director General Ronald Dela Rosa (C), along with other police officials, dunks confiscated illegal firecrackers into a tub of water to render them unusable, during an inspection of firecracker shops ahead of new year celebrations in Bocaue, Bulacan province, north of Manila, Philippines, December 29, 2016. REUTERS/Ezra Acayan 
USA-TRANSPORT/
RTX21HD7 
January 07, 2016 
New vehicles covered in protective wrapping are shipped by a transport truck along Interstate Highway... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
New vehicles covered in protective wrapping are shipped by a transport truck along Interstate Highway... 
New vehicles covered in protective wrapping are shipped by a transport truck along Interstate Highway 5 north of San Diego, California January 7, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21F8W 
January 07, 2016 
Chains camouflage a bunker containing a 15cm gun in the former artillery fort Furggels of the Swiss Army... 
ST. MAGRETHENBERG, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
Chains camouflage a bunker containing a 15cm gun in the former artillery fort Furggels of the Swiss Army near the village of St. Magrethenberg, Switzerland January 6, 2016. Artillery fort Furggels was in military use from 1946 to 1998 and is now open to the public as a museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 25 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21F8D 
January 07, 2016 
A camouflaged 10.5cm gun at the former artillery fort Furggels of the Swiss Army is seen near the village... 
ST. MAGRETHENBERG, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A camouflaged 10.5cm gun at the former artillery fort Furggels of the Swiss Army is seen near the village of St. Magrethenberg, Switzerland January 6, 2016. Artillery fort Furggels was in military use from 1946 to 1998 and is now open to the public as a museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 26 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
Wider Image
Wider Image 
A new life for Swiss army bunkers 
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SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EYD 
January 07, 2016 
A sign reads "Military site - Entering and photography forbidden" at former Swiss artillery fortress... 
ST. GOTTHARD, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A sign reads "Military site - Entering and photography forbidden" at former Swiss artillery fortress Sasso da Pigna on the St. Gotthard mountain pass, Switzerland August 6, 2015. Sasso da Pigna fortress, located at 2,106 m (6,909 ft) altitude on the St. Gotthard mountain pass, was built from 1941 to 1945 and remained in military use until 1999. Since 2012 it has been open to the public as Sasso San Gottardo museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 24 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EXR 
January 07, 2016 
The muzzle of a 15cm gun is seen in a bunker at the former artillery fort Furggels of the Swiss Army... 
ST. MAGRETHENBERG, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
The muzzle of a 15cm gun is seen in a bunker at the former artillery fort Furggels of the Swiss Army near the village of St. Magrethenberg, Switzerland January 6, 2016. Artillery fort Furggels was in military use from 1946 to 1998 and is now open to the public as a museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 27 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EW3 
January 07, 2016 
A former control room is seen at a decommissioned Swiss military command bunker near Attinghausen, Switzerland... 
ATTINGHAUSEN, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A former control room is seen at a decommissioned Swiss military command bunker near Attinghausen, Switzerland September 2, 2015. Deltalis data centre offers high-security storage of data in server rooms inside the former command bunker, which was built in 1948. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 17 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EW1 
January 07, 2016 
Alex Lussi of Swiss mushroom producer Gotthard-Pilze picks a shiitake mushroom inside a former ammunition... 
ERSTFELD, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
Alex Lussi of Swiss mushroom producer Gotthard-Pilze picks a shiitake mushroom inside a former ammunition bunker of the Swiss Army near the town of Erstfeld, Switzerland August 29, 2015. In eleven former bunkers Gotthard-Pilze produces some 24 tons of shiitake mushrooms per year. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 19 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EVZ 
January 07, 2016 
Raclette cheeses made by Swiss cheesemaker Seiler Kaeserei AG mature in storage racks in a former ammunition... 
GISWIL, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
Raclette cheeses made by Swiss cheesemaker Seiler Kaeserei AG mature in storage racks in a former ammunition bunker of the Swiss Army in the town of Giswil, Switzerland October 27, 2015. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 18 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EVY 
January 07, 2016 
Camouflaged bunkers of the former artillery fort of the Swiss Army stand (foreground) in the town of... 
FAULENSEE, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
Camouflaged bunkers of the former artillery fort of the Swiss Army stand (foreground) in the town of Faulensee, Switzerland October 19, 2015. Artillery fort Faulensee was in military use from 1943 to 1993 and is now open to the public as a museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 9 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EVX 
January 07, 2016 
A view shows an operating room at the former Swiss artillery fortress Reuenthal near the village of Reuenthal,... 
REUENTHAL, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A view shows an operating room at the former Swiss artillery fortress Reuenthal near the village of Reuenthal, Switzerland July 18, 2015. Reuenthal fortress, located on the Swiss-German border near the rivers Rhine and Aare, was built from 1937 to 1939 and remained in military use until 1988. Since 1989 it has been open to the public as Fortress Museum Reuenthal. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 16 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EVJ 
January 07, 2016 
Cyclists ride past the Hotel La Claustra located in a former bunker of the Swiss army on the St. Gotthard... 
ST. GOTTHARD, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
Cyclists ride past the Hotel La Claustra located in a former bunker of the Swiss army on the St. Gotthard mountain pass, Switzerland August 8, 2014. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 22 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EVH 
January 07, 2016 
A flag flies over an entrance to the former Swiss artillery fortress Sasso da Pigna at the St. Gotthard... 
ST. GOTTHARD, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A flag flies over an entrance to the former Swiss artillery fortress Sasso da Pigna at the St. Gotthard mountain pass, Switzerland September 2, 2015. Sasso da Pigna fortress, located at 2,106 m (6,909 ft) altitude on the St. Gotthard mountain pass, was built from 1941 to 1945 and remained in military use until 1999. Since 2012 it has been open to the public as Sasso San Gottardo museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 20 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EVF 
January 07, 2016 
Barbed wire protects a bunker at former Swiss artillery fortress Reuenthal near the village of Reuenthal,... 
REUENTHAL, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
Barbed wire protects a bunker at former Swiss artillery fortress Reuenthal near the village of Reuenthal, Switzerland July 18, 2015. Reuenthal fortress, located on the Swiss-German border near the rivers Rhine and Aare was built from 1937 to 1939 and remained in military use until 1988. Since 1989 it has been open to the public as Fortress Museum Reuenthal. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 21 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EVE 
January 07, 2016 
A former infantry bunker is camouflaged as a medieval house in the town of Duggingen, Switzerland August... 
DUGGINGEN, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A former infantry bunker is camouflaged as a medieval house in the town of Duggingen, Switzerland August 19, 2015. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 13 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EVC 
January 07, 2016 
A view shows the restaurant at the Hotel La Claustra in a former Swiss army bunker on the St. Gotthard... 
ST. GOTTHARD, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A view shows the restaurant at the Hotel La Claustra in a former Swiss army bunker on the St. Gotthard mountain pass, Switzerland August 8, 2014. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 23 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EV4 
January 07, 2016 
Bunkers at former Swiss artillery fortress Reuenthal are seen on a hill near the village of Reuenthal,... 
REUENTHAL, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
Bunkers at former Swiss artillery fortress Reuenthal are seen on a hill near the village of Reuenthal, Switzerland November 18, 2014. Reuenthal fortress, located on the Swiss-German border near the rivers Rhine and Aare, was built from 1937 to 1939 and remained in military use until 1988. Since 1989 it has been open to the public as Fortress Museum Reuenthal. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 15 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EV3 
January 07, 2016 
A bunker at aformer Swiss artillery fortress called Heldsberg stands near the town of St. Margareten,... 
ST. MARGARETHEN, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A bunker at aformer Swiss artillery fortress called Heldsberg stands near the town of St. Margareten, Switzerland March 22, 2015. Heldsberg fortress, located on the Swiss-Austrian border near the River Rhine and Lake Constance was built from 1938 to 1940 and remained in military use until 1992. Since 1993 it is open to the public as Fortress Museum Heldsberg. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 14 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EV2 
January 07, 2016 
A machine-gun bunker, part of a former Swiss artillery fortress called Fuchsegg, is camouflaged as a... 
REALP, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A machine-gun bunker, part of a former Swiss artillery fortress called Fuchsegg, is camouflaged as a stable beside the Furka mountain-pass road near the village of Realp, Switzerland August 6, 2015. Fuchsegg fortress, located in the central Swiss Alps, was built in 1943 and remained in military use until 1993. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 2 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EV1 
January 07, 2016 
The Urserental valley is seen behind a camouflaged canon at a former Swiss artillery fortress called... 
REALP, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
The Urserental valley is seen behind a camouflaged canon at a former Swiss artillery fortress called Fuchsegg near the village of Realp, Switzerland August 6, 2015. Fuchsegg fortress, located in the central Swiss Alps, was built in 1943 and remained in military use until 1993. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 1 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EUY 
January 07, 2016 
The muzzle of a 15cm gun is seen at the former Swiss artillery fortress Sasso da Pigna at the St. Gotthard... 
ST. GOTTHARD, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
The muzzle of a 15cm gun is seen at the former Swiss artillery fortress Sasso da Pigna at the St. Gotthard mountain pass, Switzerland September 2, 2015. Sasso da Pigna fortress, located at 2,106 m (6,909 ft) altitude on the St. Gotthard mountain pass was built from 1941 to 1945 and was in military use until 1999. Since 2012 it has been open to the public as Sasso San Gottardo museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 10 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EUW 
January 07, 2016 
A 10.5cm gun stands in a bunker at a former Swiss Army fort in the town of Faulensee, Switzerland October... 
FAULENSEE, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A 10.5cm gun stands in a bunker at a former Swiss Army fort in the town of Faulensee, Switzerland October 19, 2015. Artillery fort Faulensee was in military use from 1943 to 1993 and is now open to the public as a museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 5 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EUV 
January 07, 2016 
An artillery control room is seen in a bunker at a former artillery fort in the town of Faulensee, Switzerland... 
FAULENSEE, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
An artillery control room is seen in a bunker at a former artillery fort in the town of Faulensee, Switzerland October 19, 2015. Artillery fort Faulensee was in military use from 1943 to 1993 and is now open to the public as a museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 3 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EUU 
January 07, 2016 
Switzerland's national flag is painted on a spare muzzle for a 10.5cm gun at the former artillery fort... 
FAULENSEE, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
Switzerland's national flag is painted on a spare muzzle for a 10.5cm gun at the former artillery fort of the Swiss Army in the town of Faulensee, Switzerland October 19, 2015. Artillery fort Faulensee was in military use from 1943 to 1993 and is now open to the public as a museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 6 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EUD 
January 07, 2016 
The view through the muzzle of a 10.5cm gun is seen at a bunker at the former artillery fort of the Swiss... 
FAULENSEE, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
The view through the muzzle of a 10.5cm gun is seen at a bunker at the former artillery fort of the Swiss Army in the town of Faulensee, Switzerland October 19, 2015. Artillery fort Faulensee was in military use from 1943 to 1993 and is now open to the public as a museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 7 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EUC 
January 07, 2016 
A former infantry bunker is camouflaged as a medieval house in the town of Duggingen, Switzerland August... 
DUGGINGEN, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A former infantry bunker is camouflaged as a medieval house in the town of Duggingen, Switzerland August 19, 2015. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 12 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EUB 
January 07, 2016 
A tunnel connects the bunkers at a former Swiss Army artillery fort in Faulensee, Switzerland October... 
FAULENSEE, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A tunnel connects the bunkers at a former Swiss Army artillery fort in Faulensee, Switzerland October 19, 2015. Artillery fort Faulensee was in military use from 1943 to 1993 and is now open to the public as a museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 4 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EU4 
January 07, 2016 
Cows stand in a meadow in front of a 10.5cm gun at the former artillery fort of the Swiss Army in the... 
FAULENSEE, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
Cows stand in a meadow in front of a 10.5cm gun at the former artillery fort of the Swiss Army in the town of Faulensee, Switzerland October 19, 2015. Artillery fort Faulensee was in military use from 1943 to 1993 and is now open to the public as a museum. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 8 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EU2 
January 07, 2016 
A former infantry bunker camouflaged as a medieval house is reflected in a mirror in Duggingen, Switzerland... 
DUGGINGEN, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
A former infantry bunker camouflaged as a medieval house is reflected in a mirror in Duggingen, Switzerland August 19, 2015. With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann PICTURE 11 OF 27 - SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL IMAGES
SWISS-BUNKERS/WIDERIMAGE
RTX21EU1 
January 07, 2016 
With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses... 
ST. GOTTHARD, Switzerland 
The Wider Image: A new life for Swiss army bunkers
With the threat of foreign invasion a thing of the past, thousands of military bunkers and fortresses in Switzerland have been put to commercial use, from hotels to data centres, museums to cheese factories. The Swiss army has sold most of these decommissioned strongholds, but about a thousand unused bunkers remain, many still disguised as houses and barns. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY ATTENTION EDITORS WIDER IMAGE STORY "A NEW LIFE FOR SWISS ARMY BUNKERS" SEARCH "SWISS BUNKER" FOR ALL 27 IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
UN-ASSEMBLY/
RTXHH7HG 
January 02, 2016 
A chair that is reserved for Heads of State sits offstage unused during the 76th Session of the General... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
76th Session of the General Assembly at UN Headquarters in New York 
A chair that is reserved for Heads of State sits offstage unused during the 76th Session of the General Assembly at UN Headquarters in New York on September 21, 2021. Timothy A. Clary/Pool via REUTERS 
CRUDE-RAIL/DEMAND
RTX1QIPO 
September 01, 2015 
Unused oil tank cars are pictured on Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad tracks outside Hinsdale,... 
HINSDALE, UNITED STATES 
Unused oil tank cars are pictured on Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad tracks outside Hindsdale,... 
Unused oil tank cars are pictured on Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad tracks outside Hinsdale, New York August 24, 2015. Tucked away on miles-long stretches of underused rail tracks, hundreds of idle oil tank cars attest to the extent of fallout from oil's rout. The oil tank cars - a year ago sought-after to haul crude from North Dakota to New Jersey - now stand idle as a result of two converging trends: the reversal in U.S. shale oil production and the completion of new pipelines. Picture taken August 24, 2015. REUTERS/Lindsay DeDario
CRUDE-RAIL/DEMAND
RTX1QIPN 
September 01, 2015 
Unused oil tank cars are pictured on Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad tracks outside Hinsdale,... 
HINSDALE, UNITED STATES 
Unused oil tank cars are pictured on Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad tracks outside Hindsdale,... 
Unused oil tank cars are pictured on Western New York & Pennsylvania Railroad tracks outside Hinsdale, New York August 24, 2015. Tucked away on miles-long stretches of underused rail tracks, hundreds of idle oil tank cars attest to the extent of fallout from oil's rout. The oil tank cars - a year ago sought-after to haul crude from North Dakota to New Jersey - now stand idle as a result of two converging trends: the reversal in U.S. shale oil production and the completion of new pipelines. Picture taken August 24, 2015. REUTERS/Lindsay DeDario
USA-ECONOMY/
RTR47FKG 
September 23, 2014 
Scaffolding is seen at the construction site of a new home in Carlsbad, California September 22, 2014.... 
Carlsbad, UNITED STATES 
Scaffolding is seen at the construction site of a new home in Carlsbad 
Scaffolding is seen at the construction site of a new home in Carlsbad, California September 22, 2014. U.S. manufacturing activity hovered at a near 4-1/2-year high in September and factory employment surged, supporting views of sturdy economic growth this quarter. The economic picture was further brightened by other data on Tuesday showing an acceleration in factory and services industry growth in some areas of the country. Housing, however, continues to plod along, with home price gains decelerating sharply in July. Picture taken September 22, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE) 
HONGKONG-PROPERTY/
RTR3WPM2 
July 01, 2014 
Newly built government housing estates are seen as part of the Kai Tak Development at the former Kai... 
Hong Kong, China 
Newly built government housing estates are seen as part of the Kai Tak Development at the former Kai... 
Newly built government housing estates are seen as part of the Kai Tak Development at the former Kai Tak International Airport area in Hong Kong June 26, 2014. Chinese developers are moving aggressively into Hong Kong, outbidding their cross-border rivals for prime sites as policy uncertainty and falling property prices on the mainland send them scouring for opportunities to invest overseas. Picture taken June 26, 2014. To match story HONGKONG-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION REAL ESTATE CITYSCAPE) 
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