22 Abandoned Radio Masts

Abandoned Radio Masts

Posted on August 13, 2010 by team

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One of the cult places near Moscow - easily accessible but still rather interesting. Here you can meet various  lovers of height. We'll show you the abandoned radio masts of Radio Center №9 in Electrostal city.

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22 Responses to “Abandoned Radio Masts”

  1. BubuXP says:

    First? LOL

  2. Tomazs says:

    Can’t see photos!

  3. muzzer says:

    Health and safety out the window. ha ha

  4. Testicules says:

    4th. Get a hair cut kid. You look like a girl with a hairy chin.

  5. Testicules says:

    Eger666 do you have girl hair?

  6. are you kidding says:

    both of those people look like girly men who likes towers.

  7. Bobble Hat says:

    Aaargh! I feel sick!

  8. wing says:

    i come here to see cool russia, not lame russia. now this pics are really great!

  9. Geoff Kovalo says:

    yet another nice climb. the “grip” gloves are a good idea. haha. also lol at the “balancer” photo

  10. SovMarxist1924 says:

    I like the practical, utilitarian Soviet architecture.

  11. Sofia says:

    Are any of these taken with the Nokia 5800 seen on #10? I can’t get a single passable photograph with mine

  12. Austrian says:

    well i fear big heights but thats so friggn kool, crazy russians!

  13. Scarecrow says:

    The pictures make me shake.

  14. nima says:

    Russia is always astonishing and great for the rest of world.This earth is worth living with Russia.

  15. Parabellum says:

    Incredible! It is not usual to see your hometown on this site! If you look good you can see my house.

  16. mutin pudak says:

    Wow!!! I have garage near it. And every week we drink some vodka, and rise on this Radio Masts with my manual bear.
    Sory for my english, i drink kak eto po vashemu… many vodka, more then yeasterday. I love BearPutin

  17. alexa says:

    Fearless man!

  18. MikeD says:

    Anybody have a lat and long for this? I’d love to
    look it up on google maps and see the tower lay out.
    Maybe we should take up a collection and get them
    a GPS. ;o)

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