One blogger has found an interesting abandoned grain elevator in Rudkino village of the Voronezh Region and explored it.
I love old, abandoned buildings. The best scenery for nice photo shoots
In pic 9 and 11:
Our those the recent/current Russian forest fires?
Yes. As author mentioned, the photos was taken in 21th july when forest fires just started in that region.
“ypa, bljad” is, of course, absolutely obligatory the Russian man just cannot pass by a wall without not scribbling this magnificent maxim on the wall …
Always very impressive, these old disused buildings.
Awesome. My mind always trips with such images.
I love abandoned places!
those site have always the best views, I wonder why?
I like abandoned places but I worry about asbestos in them.
Slowly but surely nature claims it’s space.
Capitalism certainly crumbles when it is abandonded like in the US
Capitalism, too, will crumble…
Already is. One day we will have just as many abandoned towns like Detroit.
We already do, it’s called Flint Michigan.
In the US, they’ll tear down a ten year old building because it’s cheaper to build new than bring the old up to code.
In the former USSR, they’ll just abandon buildings that never should have been built where they are.
Cool. Much newer, and bigger, that the one down the highway (about 100 km) at the ghost town of Fuslir, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Looks a lot like our Astrakhan apartment building. We live there for many years and are still good. People complain to much.
I like old grain buildings. Dunno why. I’m from Manchester.
Awsome pictures! I love them!!!
Wow awesome photos, I love checking out abandoned buildings. Recently had the chance to explore an old psych hospital in flint Michigan USA. Was pretty eerie!
At first glance these photos remind me of Tenpenny tower in Fallout3. Anyoneelse see the similarities?
Get out of here Stalker
Fuslir, Saskatchewan, Canada
I try to search, and google fuslir, but i cant found fuslir, not mentioned Wikipedia.
When looking out at the countryside, why does the land appear to be so empty ? Where is the population ? Does everyone live in the big cities, or are there many (or few) villages ?
the same elevator is 200 meters away from me )
they are everywhere
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