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9 Moscow Cemetery of Urban Transport

Moscow Cemetery of Urban Transport

Posted on October 29, 2012 by team


These shots have been taken in Moscow, behind the fence of the tram repair plant. There is a huge number of written-off cars, buses and trams. All this beauty is slowly decaying instead of working and being useful for adults and kids.

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9 Responses to “Moscow Cemetery of Urban Transport”

  1. DouglasU says:

    the old trams make a nice rural dacha for pensioners.

  2. asda says:

    In cuba brand new cars :)

  3. Justus says:

    Some really old cars. I wonder why those are stored.

  4. Alexander says:

    I’m seeing some rare soviet-time vehicles there. SHAME!

  5. ProudGerman says:

    Soviet Union garbage.

  6. Dredd says:

    This is not “cemetry”!It’s a Moscow Public Transport Museum backyard. They’re all waiting for restavration, some of them, as you see, in process.

  7. Jason says:

    Amazing collections of vehicles, I think I even saw Iron Mans truck beside an old bus!

  8. oldgold says:

    Today’s new cars are garbage, designed to fail with PLASTIC parts bolted to the engine, plastic radiators and electric plastic water pumps! It’s called Planned Obsolescence and it’s sucks!

  9. John says:

    Found it on Google Earth.
    Lat: 55.753372°
    Long: 37.680693°

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