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18 The Most Unusual Underground in the World

The Most Unusual Underground in the World

Posted on August 11, 2009 by


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Lebedyan town in Lipetsk region is known for the greatest juice producing plant in Eastern Europe, but very few people know that the most unique and weird underground station in the world is located there as well. It was constructed just 2 meters beneath the surface of the earth. The works began in 1984, and 166 people were eager to start as soon as possible, but when they learnt that the money would come only when the construction paid for itself, they all backtracked in a second. So, the whole project was to be implemented by the one who brought it up, Leonid Muliarchik.

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18 Responses to “The Most Unusual Underground in the World”

  1. That’s all because of evil Westerners. They want to nuke Russia, that’s why Russian have to hide under the ground.

  2. pimp says:

    The only thing that drunk Russians can do is build useless tunnels.

    • Mat says:

      A Russian, a Frenchman and an Englishman argued about Adam’s nationality.

      The Frenchman said, “Of course Adam was French. Look how passionately he made love to Eve!”

      The Englishman said, “Of course Adam was British. Look how he gave his only apple to the lady, like a real gentleman.”

      The Russian said, “Of course Adam only could be Russian. Who else, possessing nothing but a sole apple, and walking with a naked ass, still believed he was in a paradise?”

    • Mathieu says:

      Sure,they drink too much vodka in Russia. Vodka is the Russian alcoholic beverage of choice. I worked in russia and I was stunned by the varieties of vodka available, not only the men, even the girls drink in their parks or at home. A girl told me that even the kids want to drink vodka: they lose their mind when they see a bottle of vodka or smell it: there are already alcoholics because of their mothers were drinking when they were pregnants: That s in the blood.

  3. YJ says:

    At first glance I thought the tunnel was build in the 1980s on the border of Soviet Union and West Germany that is used by people to escape to West Germany.

  4. maxD says:

    Leonid is the man of the year ! Perseverance! Motivation! The will to succeed !! If only more Russians would have these talents the country would soar and be prosperous again!!! Keep up the good work Leonid!

  5. FilipK says:

    that “water heater” looks like it has explosive charges
    set on it… your right Russia Russia, we want to blow everything up :D

  6. Mask 'ed Ed says:

    Weird stuff, where i live they would probably have hospilatized/nuthoused this guy.

    • Scrat says:

      You must live in America. I know here they would not have allowed such an act of independant effort and thought to progress so far.

  7. maxD says:

    Leonid is a hero. He has a passion, is motivated and works hard. If more Russians would be like him, the country would be a very different country. A country with a future.

  8. Leonid is my hero! Forget the troubles, everybody has troubles, but nobody except visionaries (OK, and evil geniuses, but that’s pretty gnarly, too) build their own subways! Forget using it as a clubber’s haven (you’ll never get the smell of cheap men’s cologne outta the place. Turn it into a first private/public mixed use local transportation system / haunted mine ride! Yes! I take it that the blue-and-rust building with the funky retro iron work is the tunnel head? PERFECT! Looks like faded modernism at it’s finest! And the dangerous half slide down to the entrance is just the right touch. Then, after the rubes , uh, that is, the paying customers finish their scary ride, they take that almost-but-not-quite-but-easily-made-to-be double paddle wheel boat out on the lake. Dude, really, you are sitting on a themed entertainment goldmine! Get the local juice company involved, like Hershey Park in the US of A. Go for it, Leonid!

  9. Pacific NW says:

    “greatest juice producing plant in Eastern Europe” – I’d really love to see some pictures of this juicing plant. Not that these photo’s aren’t fantastic.

  10. Pastka says:

    Great story! I would like to see prototypes of subway cars, but it seems that this great visioner have stuck on the tunnels.. I hope his gonna make it before he die.

  11. Mathieu says:

    OMG Miss India is dead!

  12. Uncle Sam says:

    life is so dull in the home of fat food and porn – america :-(

  13. arch9enius says:

    Beats hell out of the Mole Man of Hackney.

  14. jim says:

    I think the tunnel project is very interesting! At least one man is doing something to realize his dreams and it may yet be benefit to everyone in his hometown. I don’t think we have anybody here in the states who would ever work that hard! Keep up the good work!

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