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Abandoned fire station and medical school

Posted on April 16, 2010 by


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Here are just some sad photos of abandoned fire station and medical school somewhere in Russia. There's almost nothing more to say about these because a photographer who posted these photos in his blog commented only that this med school has been empty since the beginning of the 2000's.


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20 Responses to “Abandoned fire station and medical school”

  1. Looking at the clock, you guys must be out in Cali?

  2. perristalsis says:

    How come nobody has sliced up the tumor in the jar and made sandwiches from it?

  3. Josh says:

    thats chernobyl again i guess…

  4. V_Power says:

    no it’s not!

  5. pjotr says:

    that poor piano!

  6. Cracker says:

    I know of MANY buildings owned by the State of Connecticut (and also the State of Massachusetts for that matter) that were abandoned exactly like this. Mostly mental health hospitals. They just lock the door one day and leave. They put up fences around the buildings to keep people out.

  7. Yuriy Haharin says:

    Ei?

  8. George Washington says:

    Boris – you sound a little bitter. If I didn’t know any better I’d say you were in the military and didn’t do very well. Maybe a few bad memories?

  9. dusko duskovic says:

    Jaa

  10. Smegma Kommando says:

    Neither of these buildings look as dilapidated as most of the abandoned buildings that I see posted on this site. Coming from a place where abandoned institutions are extremely rare, how can an almost 3rd world country like Russia afford to let expensive places like medical schools go into waste and decay?

  11. wodka says:

    I agree with Boris, having just recently seen an abandoned admin building at a US air force base that had a lot of perfectly good stuff still inside (desks, chairs, phones, office supplies, etc). What a waste. Now, as far as the photo story, simply outstanding! The photographer captured the dark, X-files look that this place has. A piano, creepy old dolls in a crib, pickled brains and old jars of medical fluids. Fine work, thank you for submitting!

  12. Lurper says:

    America has lots of abandoned structures as well.

    Especially in the “rust belt.” Capitalism doesn’t solve these problems, and if we look hard enough we can find lots homes, industrial sites, malls, etc. that private citizens have simply abandoned.

  13. JerryBarada says:

    I was always amazed by the Soviets ability to simply abandon a place, without a single thought of reclaiming the hardware or land for another use. Truly mind boggling.

  14. cm says:

    Pic 30 is an armillay sphere. You can see a representation of one in the Portuguese flag (from a bottom-up perspective).

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