7 An Abandoned Workshop In Moscow

An Abandoned Workshop In Moscow


Hundreds thousand kilometers of concrete fences are located on the territory of Moscow city. Many of them hide abandoned objects such as the workshop pictures of which are posted below.

Various blocks are made out of special metal screens here.

The door was used by workers who came to the workshop every morning.

The working machine is located next to the entrance.

It works with thin plates.

The machine used to be cleaned after each working shift.

This is the largest room in the building. It has furnaces and millers.

The note on the furnace says that it is preserved which is a synonym to the word abandoned.

There are 5 such furnaces in the building.

These objects were placed into the furnaces.

Pressed metal screens were stored at that place.

By the way, the telephone line was in good condition.

Other premises.

Let’s check what can be there behind that closed door.

It is a small room with different millers.

Small parts of pressed screens were left in a case.

A room with testing equipment is located on the second floor.

Portable potentiometer.

Location: Moscow

via  saoirse-2010

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7 Responses to “An Abandoned Workshop In Moscow”

  1. raaa says:

    It’s in good condition.
    How long is is abandoned?
    What they were doing there?

  2. Verto says:

    Another “good” example of Russian abandonement ! ! ! ! ! !

  3. Boritz says:

    Looks like they made aircraft parts.(Honeycombed aluminum) Carbon fiber composites has made their works redundant.

    • hypnotosov says:

      Definitely aircraft parts, the book in the background of the telephone picture says: ‘Plane Il-28′ (NATO codename “Beagle”).

  4. perristalsis says:

    I think I spotted Elvis in one of the pinup shots.

  5. Daniel says:

    That is both astounding and tragic.

  6. moo says:

    I want! I want! That thing that looks like a cnc mill.

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