12 At the Abandoned Textile Mill

At the Abandoned Textile Mill

Posted on December 27, 2012 by team

Textile mills are usually cool and beautiful, even abandoned ones. This one was built long ago, before the revolution, and got abandoned in the beginning of the 2000s. We are going to walk about its rooms and shops.

These are differential manometers lying on the floor.


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12 Responses to “At the Abandoned Textile Mill”

  1. John P says:

    So very sad to see this, so many lost their jobs, It’s the same in many countries.

  2. Osip says:

    This is some very odd textile shop. The technical equipment appears suited for something else, entirely.
    Perhaps this is where they made Brezhnev’s pajamas.

  3. manta says:

    nice blue copper sulfate

  4. Estonian says:

    Sewing machine and scale – money! Restoration is the key word. Can´t believe it…

  5. YJ says:

    No objects add up to conclude what the place actually does.

  6. skopeil says:

    why there have so many abandoned places in Russia?

  7. ptc says:

    Soviet sewing machine parts, sewing machine parts – I have all of them, but it is strange – everytime I put these parts together – i get MACHINE GUN :-)

  8. tokala says:

    If this is a textile plan, why is there gynecological equipment in the medial rooms (pictures 16 & 17) and what looks like media records on patients on (picture 20) shelves?
    These are very cool images. Thanks for sharing them with us.

  9. Kald says:

    I was asking me what has served the metal part on pictures 17, thanks tokala I had not thought that.

  10. Boma says:

    because there were a lot of women

  11. javox says:

    coz when the ussr fell down and everythin sold or turned down was easily to build up a new one with new tecnology than to renew one of this…sadly true i guess =(

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