4 Old Hospital Shelter

Old Hospital Shelter

Posted on November 8, 2013 by team

Pictures of a protective bomb shelter belonging to one ordinary Russian city hospital. Not so much stuff has remained inside though…

Some licenses and certificates.

“Made in the USSR”.

via kerrangjke

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4 Responses to “Old Hospital Shelter”

  1. Lucy says:

    No one took the money?? That is real honesty!

  2. A.Oscar says:

    Sometimes I wonder about what have seen in English Russia abandoned many buildings: some of them historic, which could be reconstructed again. Inclusive many underground shelters: and the other time was by the sea at some place touristic with marvelous columns which so well made from good stones. Most of them were from the Soviet Era. The government could sale so chip with idea of reconstruct into a determined time of fixing, and only pay taxes after start to be commercial, plus one more year to find if real was good the investment. In Canada used to be a zinc mine which abandoned because of poor price for the zinc: than the Government sold for one dollar, inclusive the little town too. To move there most of times only by plane: then starting to explore again which hundreds of workers went there for so long. For that matter: the government also starts to make money to do with export the minerals to other countries. That place was up north which in the winter very cold, but in the summer its real good with longer days with sun. Even so if not rebuild some of them: could use the metal for scrap to make money.

  3. javox says:

    so sad to see so many abandoned shelters, of course no a day maybe r useless but still…so sad, thouse diesel engine problably never been turned on =)

  4. Jean says:

    Look at that Beautiful nurse on top of page 3.

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