1 What Remained Of a Ural Pit

What Remained Of a Ural Pit

Posted on June 13, 2012 by team

Novo-Ezhovsky pit was one of the Kalatinsky group pits and was opened in 1967, near the old depleted pit Ezhovsky.
The mining zone was almost in the middle of the top of Ezhovaya mountain and went 550 m deep and 650 m wide.

The pit had administration and living quarters, a mechanical shop, a power-house and other premises. Today the most part of them are demolished and it’s hard to define what they were used for.


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One Response to “What Remained Of a Ural Pit”

  1. Ramses-Bob says:

    Too bad some idiot had to deface these soviet murals… they are great time documents!

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