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That Very Second Metro In Moscow

Posted on October 8, 2010 by team

Second Metro In Moscow 2

This line of the Moscow metro is abandoned now and hasn’t been opened for public. However, it was used for connection of  defence enterprises and classified institutions under the territory of Moscow.

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14 Responses to “That Very Second Metro In Moscow”

  1. Raf says:

    First :) Have a nice weekend.

  2. kirov says:


  3. asdlf says:

    That’s the ‘D-6′ line of Glukhovskij’s ‘Metro 2033’? :o

  4. Austrian says:

    löl I think that isnt tha Metro Dva aka D-6, would be awsome if anyone could take pictures of tha secred metro

  5. ZeroDrop says:

    Damn, these russians had large amounts of money!
    And technology in underground engineering too!

  6. Testicules says:

    I looks like someone sneezed and blew snot everywhere.

  7. Kent_Diego says:

    I am surprised these have not quickly filled up with water. The water table cannot be that low in Moscow.

  8. russia_bound says:

    So if the tunnels are closed to the public how does someone get the pictures..? Cool pictures though its neat to see whats underground. Thanks for the upload…

  9. ddr says:

    half life catacombs in reality

  10. Pavliko says:

    So sad, I had great hopes for the Metro 2…
    And now I see this, it’s abandoned….

  11. Ugly American says:

    In the US they used a suspended & damped tunnel in tunnel design to survive a nuclear blast.

    Steel is subject to corrosion and has a lower compressive strength than concrete.

    Today you could use a phase change material.

  12. Dork says:

    seems morbid. i like it! :)

  13. jr1961 says:

    This may be also some of the disued part of the public Metro. Each system, and the Moscow Metro is a large system, experiences changes in plans, changes in operation procedures, etc. Each subway system has an important amount of tunels interconnecting lines for transfer of trainsets,. maintenance, etc. As the system expands some of these interconnections may not be needed anymore, because there are simpler connections at the outer end of the network, some depots were abandoned and bigger depots built etc. Therefore, every subway systems gets some ghost tunels and ghost stations, including the infrastructure objects.
    Another possibility is that the tunels are built, then plans are changed and tunels have to be built another direction, so part of the original tunels is never used.
    And there is also a possibility that some tunels are needed and busy during the contruction for work trains, but not needed anymore, when the subway line is finished.

    I believe that if these were objects of the secret system, it would not be easy to photograph them — for a simple reason that it would not be possible to get there. A photograph on its own does not mean much, because it does not tell what is where. However, more important is the fact that unwanted visitors bring a risk of disclosing the exact tracing and other details — in particular with todays positioning systems.

    Therefore, I have doubts that these photos show Metro Dva.

    On the other hand, I believe that Metro Dva exists — it would be irresponsible from Russians, if they did not build it. They had the technology, and they had a coverage by the public Metro, so if they were serious about their country and its representatives, they had to build it (and other underground facilities).

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