7 Abandoned Design Department

Abandoned Design Department

Posted on February 9, 2012 by

We are in a design department somewhere in the Moscow Region where people used to design and construct  engines. Today it is abandoned and so are its engines.

The building is a sorry sight.

It is photographs which have preserved traces of the design department’s bygone welll-being.

They also used this building as an exhibition center and archives.

This used to be a library…

Vinyl records.

Many years ago, they used these boxes as packing for video equipment.

It seems like they made a mess here before leaving but didn’t take anything along.

All kinds of electronics.

Basement passages.

Another pile of junk.

Photographic paper.

“Labor Union Life”.

“Labor Union Life”.

This place must have been video archives.

Video equipment remains.

A jar on the upper shelf runs, “Poison”.

More passages.

A lab.

“Fundamentals of theory of nuclear reactors”.

This texbook appeared in 1954 by translating a book published in the West.


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7 Responses to “Abandoned Design Department”

  1. Mike says:

    Why are these places always so trashed? Kinda sad.. awesome photos though! Very interesting.

  2. amgis says:

    Is the electricity inside the building still working?!?!?!

  3. Osip says:

    Bulava components designed here. And the generals wondered why it malfunctioned?

  4. Mariel says:

    Anybody still anything there? is the building open for anybody?
    Interesting and sad

  5. Justus says:

    Who pays electric bill?

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