9 A Walk To Aerial Fields

A Walk To Aerial Fields

Posted on April 1, 2011 by team

There are a lot of abandoned or active aerial fields in Russia. Often these picturies are very sad and depressing, but still worth seeing.

A radio relay mast.

This radio center was probably used for translation of signals of exact time.

Remains of some abandoned buildings.

An unfinished power substation that should supply these fields.


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9 Responses to “A Walk To Aerial Fields”

  1. L.S.Zlatopolsky says:

    To say: I’m depressed…. :-(

  2. testicules says:

    What is so depressing? The whole country is abandoned

  3. Musa says:

    I’m sure some other countries have abandon air fields. I don’t find these photos depressing at all, on the contrary. That’s a great view of a little Russian Village. Just look at all those colorful little houses. I want to buy colorful little dacha in a village not too far from a big city where I can raise chickens and goats, write music and paint.

  4. Freddy Freire says:

    A massive and amusing waste of money and resources…

    Please RECYCLE!

  5. Mummeli says:

    ‘..translation of signals of exact time..’

    You mean ‘transmitting’?

    A radio clock or radio-controlled clock is a clock that is synchronized by a time code bit stream transmitted by a radio transmitter connected to a time standard such as an atomic clock. Such a clock may be synchronized to the time sent by a single transmitter, such as many national or regional time transmitters, or may use multiple transmitters, like the Global Positioning System. Such systems may be used to set computer clocks or clocks meant for human readability, or for any purpose where accurate time is needed.

  6. Sarah Palin says:

    Sarah Palin here. I can see Russia from my house.

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