15 The Tver Quarry

The Tver Quarry

Posted on August 5, 2009 by

Russian diving

Diving in Russia is a popular activity. Usually people indulge in it during their visit to some remote Southern place while having a vacation, but sometimes they want diving without a few hour flight South so the local ponds come into play.

They are usually not of great help for divers just because of their poor transparency which prevents seeing objects even a few feet away and just in general lack of interesting and colorful objects inside of them.

This old quarry located near Tver is a different story. The water is pretty clear here compared to the majority of the lakes in Russia and it has some picturesque objects to see and explore.

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Unlike the Southern seas this pond boasts not with colorful fish or other sea life. The main objects of this place are of technological origin.

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One can see here the old Moskvich car, the one that was in production in late 1940s.


15 Responses to “The Tver Quarry”

  1. KBR says:

    Nice, I did know that. One thing must be said, it is original. :)

  2. KBR says:

    Woeps typo => I didn’t know that :)

  3. Maxelex says:

    Don`t pollute the environment.

  4. pimp says:

    God, the Russian drunk are the biggest polluters of the world.

  5. w says:

    scuba cat would kick scuba dogs ass

  6. Cossack in America says:

    Dude, where’s my car?!

  7. LiL Nyet says:


  8. Lil Nyet says:

    Are there no Fish?

  9. fail says:

    fish died long time ago

  10. Vladimir80 says:

    Who dumps an office set in the water and still stays? Must be staged.

    • O'rly says:

      Divers probably found the stuff in a pile/ scattered on bottom of lake and moved it together to make something funny.

  11. Jacob says:

    Have they checked the trunks of those sunk cars? I bet they would find a body or two.

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