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6 Metal Monsters Left To Decay

Metal Monsters Left To Decay

Posted on August 10, 2012 by team


Development of this open pit in Ukraine started in the beginning of the XX century. In 2008 it came to decay…

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6 Responses to “Metal Monsters Left To Decay”

  1. 山下智久 says:

    sadly!

  2. Nige says:

    Makes for great photos but it amazes me how so many of these things are left to rot in Russia. Surely some reclamation or cleanup is legally required after a site comes to the end of its life.

  3. Number says:

    A nice lake now.full with rainwater,on some pictures it looks like a river,sell or give the excavator if working to desertlands,then they can digg rivers from sea to land…

  4. george says:

    China buys all U.S. scrap metal, why not from nearby Russia?

    • Sean says:

      Because it is easier and cheaper to get US scrap. US steel is better quality too.
      There is also the problem of getting the steel from Russia to China. Not many railroads or ship traffic.

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