15 Ghost Military Camp

Ghost Military Camp

Posted on January 13, 2011 by team

Scary pictures of a deserted military camp abandoned in 2005.

Pass the checkpoint and follow the concrete road leading to the camp.

In the very center there are 2 five-floor houses.

There was a time when children were playing here…

And now only stalkers are wandering.

Ruins… It’s hard to believe people lived here just some years ago.

View from a balcony.

Next generation.

An ardent lover of the video games obviously lived in this flat – lots of orange cartridges for “Dendy” are scattered over the floor.

Kitchen with the bright-red papers on the walls.

And this is the former shop.

“Women’s shoes”

“Long live to the armed forces”.

Deserted garage.

Poster with instructions on how to shoot the armored personnel carrier.


Some warehouses.

Reception building.

Transformer substation.

Natural science student’s book.

Stairs to the roof.

Magnificent light on the horizon.

Final look at the ghost camp.

via frantsouzov

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15 Responses to “Ghost Military Camp”

  1. alien1905 says:

    Looks almost like Milovice in Czech republic.

  2. Maraudon says:

    Oh I remember Dendy videogaming cosole!

  3. emilia says:

    awesome web, awesome post!!!!

  4. allen says:

    1st!! yet again!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Musa says:

    Looks like nice place to visit.

    I’m joking.

  6. Boritz says:

    Very odd: no piles and crates of gas masks. Everyone knows that abandoned Russian buildings always have such detritus strewn about.

  7. Peter Lustig says:

    To leave such a fine car (Alfa 33) behind is cruel…

  8. Left SR says:

    I like these pics.

  9. j s says:

    Why was this camp abandoned?

  10. asteroid no. 444 says:

    Fine place for a picnic w. my GF. :-)

  11. Vic says:

    Great photos, very atmospheric… but I think I’d prefer a little less photoshop. One or two sepia toned is enough to set the mood, we know it’s abandoned; it would be nice to see what faded colours look like in real life.

  12. James says:

    How sad looking. By contrast, all of the military bases the U.S. occupied in the former nation of West Germany have either been torn down or converted into housing and businesses. This is an inexcusable waste of resources.

  13. Alena says:

    Home sweet home…)

  14. Rhian says:

    Where is this? I would like to plan a trip there….

  15. Mariel says:

    Why are a lot of abandoned buildings in Russia?? Why not exists the maintenance??

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