9 Sailing the River Under Moscow City

Sailing the River Under Moscow City

Posted on January 2, 2013 by team


The Rybinka river is a major tributary of the Yauza. Though diggers do not often come down to see it. There are no stairs under most of the hatches. We gonna see the historic area of the river – it’s a brick circular 3.5-meters chimney with a chamber two meters wide. The authors of the pictures got the place without any stairs or ropes, just using the power of their hands.

This is that very chamber.

Observing the underground waterfall from above.

It’s very noisy there!

It’s not what we see every day indeed.

Location: Moscow

via alonestalker and digg-commander

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9 Responses to “Sailing the River Under Moscow City”

  1. Macsen says:

    “The authors of the pictures got the place without any stairs or ropes, just using the power of their hands.”

    WTF? Clearly, they used ropes. Ropes are shown in most pictures, and a dude is clearly using them!

  2. Osip says:

    They have no alligators in the Moscow sewer?

  3. Kent_Diego says:

    Looking at the high water mark on wall. You would not want to be there during rain.

  4. Cheyner says:

    Need more shots of that waterfall, I feel like I have not seen enough.

  5. Me says:

    RAIN – NO Drain!!

  6. mr.see says:

    Hi Me, rain no drain indeed. Cave Clan.

  7. todd says:

    Great Photos

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