Another heartbreaking photo collection is waiting for you. Welcome to this abandoned train shed located in the Ryazan Region.
How can they just leave everything like that when it’s profitable to recycle metal ??
I agree Johan. Every time I see one of these “Abandoned” posts I wonder why the metals haven’t been recycled. So many opportunities going to waste!
Obviously, it’s NOT profitable to recycle in Russia!
I wonder if any bodies are found in these places. :/
Who made the pictures of the birds?Where is this person now?
“Glory to the Soviet people, builders of Communism!” – Nice slogan, it didn’t work.
Its no wander your comments get hidden
look up the meaning of smartass.
So it did work? Where are the “Soviet People”? I can’t seem to find any anymore. Where is the Soviet Union on the map? I can’t seem to find it anymore. Communism? Reduced to a minor political party in the New Russia.
As i said…it didn’t work.
The Soviet Union wasn’t just communism. It was a lot more, and millions of people died for it (in various forms) so a little respect, if you don’t mind.
And its interesting how the CPRF has now become, in your eyes, a minor political party. Especially seeing as, on the posts about the duma elections and the moscow rally, you make them out to be, by far, the biggest party in Russia.
Com’on i’ve never made them out to be anything of the sort. Sorry to say but sometimes you read some strange stuff into what i say.
They are a minority party with a huge turn out over what they saw as fraudulent election. Plenty of others around the world saw what happened with the results too. It’s not just the CPRF who think the election process wish ripe with fraud.
Sorry, I try to only look at the negatives in everything.
So, if it’s not the CPRF thats heading the protest rallies, then who is? Not the Liberal Democrats (who declined a re-election) or Fair Russia (who within just hours of the results, began coalition talks with United Russia).
Come on, hirsh. Just so you know, for future reference, the Communists are the main Russian opposition.
I wonder how many abandoned places left in Russia and post-Soviet countries.
As long as those Carrages are kept under a shed, they potentially can be restored. I used to work with old Rail restoratation projects, some Carrages were close to 75 years old. After restoration they are kept in a “car barn” or “train shed” out of the weather. Potentially as well, its possible to make a House out of old railway cars and carrages.
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