7 Abkhazian Silent Hill

Abkhazian Silent Hill

Posted on May 28, 2012 by team


Abkhazian town Tkvarchal is pretty much similar to some decorations of “Silent Hill” horror movie. It’s a mysterious mining town under which coal has already been burning for many years. The town is famous for paranormal phenomena taking place there.

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The town was built near coal pits and the main function of the local railway was coal transportation. Here they also had a regional power station that provided the most part of the regional consumers with electricity. Of course it was powered with local coal.


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7 Responses to “Abkhazian Silent Hill”

  1. (r)evolutionist says:

    Interesting. Love the old industrial towns. Keep working, fellow proletarians; I hope the Turks are paying you well. If not, strike like good anarcho-syndicalists (although the industrialists always have the upper hand)…

  2. Addy says:

    “The town is famous for paranormal phenomena taking place there.” So burning goal is paranormal or what??

  3. Unknown says:

    The town’s called Tkvarcheli and is located in Georgia.

  4. Mike Talino says:

    > The town’s called Tkvarcheli and is located in Georgia.

    No it’s Abkhasia my friend.

    Unsupported claims are so unsupported.

  5. todd says:

    now thats a ghost town.

  6. RASER says:

    looks like hell on earth, if it was full of sexy russian chicks i would live there though! :-)

  7. Leigh says:

    I love these old places you guys publish. I’m a rail fan big time, its been a great pleasure going through the site, looking at what you have uncovered.. great job :) Pictures like this go a long way to creating good “imagineering” with model railroads.

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