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Abandoned Bio-Chemistry Lab

Posted on April 16, 2007 by

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25 Responses to “Abandoned Bio-Chemistry Lab”

  1. Rhyne says:

    The poster says, “Laboratory of Protozoology and Arachnology” and some of the samples seem to suggest that that’s what it is.

    Why was it abandoned?

  2. Ari The Finn says:

    C6H5OH = Phenol
    K2S2O3 = Potassium thiosulfate

    Trypanosoma theileri: Trypanosoma are of the class kinetoplastida, a monophyletic[1] group of unicellular parasitic protozoa. The name is derived from the Greek trypaô (boring) and soma (body) because of their corkscrew-like motion. Trypanosomes infect a variety of hosts and cause the fatal disease sleeping sickness in humans.

    Orion Corporation is a Finnish listed company, which develops, manufactures and markets pharmaceuticals, active pharmaceutical ingredients and diagnostic tests for global markets.

  3. Russ, Ian says:

    Great place to shoot a sequel to SAW III.

  4. Uwe says:

    Nobody is responsible for it?
    This is what makes Russia so frightening.

  5. grabbe says:

    In picture http://englishrussia.com/images/abandoned_lab/32.jpg there were mentioned manufacturing/best-before dates 27.9.93/4?.94 in the bottle.

    Abandoned due to soviet union collapse perhaps? Funding cut off?

    Great souvenirs by the way!

  6. Texas1 says:

    Some pretty morbid and scary posts today.

  7. jf long says:

    just love the abandoned yolka!!

  8. Texas1 says:

    That’s true but most of the Russians on here have the wrong belief that somehow Russia is cleaner than the US.

  9. ODP says:

    I like how the first poster says that its a library…..but I don’t see any books. They wouldn’t have taken the books, but left vaccines.

  10. Delicious says:

    I bet there are no abandoned vodka distilleries.

  11. Aiwan says:

    such places shold be kept in silence and few shold know about them.

  12. Boris says:

    Great find! But those dead organisms look freaky.
    Make sure no one vandalizes the building and take, save some of those chemicals\tools before someone steals them or something.

    During the Soviet times the government invested a lot of money into research, but as it collapsed, they closed many labs. Scientists got their wage cut in half. Although the situation has improved, it is cheaper to have new labs with new equipment than to restore old ones and salvage\repair apparatus. And brain drain to western countries has decreased the amount of scientists, etc. there.

    Those pictures really tell you how “antique” Soviet stuff looks. I have seen USSR-made flasks and mixers from late 80’s, which look like something from the 1700’s.

  13. Michael Von Brah says:

    That guys got a cool hot

  14. Kostya says:

    Свинья грязь найдёт.

  15. Navi says:

    I’ve been in abandoned hospitals in Detroit that have the same amount of chemicals. I don’t have a degree in Chemistry; but the number of chemicals are equal…

  16. daddy says:

    Thats where Binladen gets his chemicals!

  17. David Webb says:

    Note the two dead rats right there. My professional instinct would be to LEAVE.

  18. K says:

    ROFL yeah right

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  20. DFSL says:

    Someone said that if this was located in the US, the EPA would take care of it. WRONG. There are lots of old hospitals and asylums with chemical and medical equipment, and patient records and belongings left behind in the USA, Grat Britain and Europe. If you don’t believe me, visit my favorite page http://www.opacity.us You can elighten yourself using Google too.

  21. me ;( says:

    8th picture from below, it that test tube there seems to be a half transparent-white spider like creature ….

    Possibly a russian lab to create their own Uberzoldat.

  22. Ivan says:

    This is realy interesting! But, please, let me to know, where is this place? I understand, that this is in Russia, but is it in city, or in other area? If someone know, please to say me. Thank you for good photos.

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