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9 The Mine of Fear

The Mine of Fear

Posted on November 25, 2013 by team


Pictures of an interesting but very dangerous Ural mine that has a rich Soviet history and many kilometres of underground tunnels.

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9 Responses to “The Mine of Fear”

  1. rascallyraven says:

    One (if not THE) most forlorn places I have ever seen …. shout outs to the video people who documented this …

  2. Gubar says:

    Where is it?

  3. Oceania says:

    Yellow is URANIUM

    FLEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!

  4. Adam says:

    “Mine of Fear” is an apt nickname. I’m not sure how they managed to fit through those small tunnels with balls that massive.

  5. vlad says:

    The yellow thing- is it sulphur?

  6. Kilroy Was Here says:

    Deplorable conditions!!!

  7. George says:

    Those old logs or pipes, won’t keep that mountain from falling in on itself and reclaiming what is it’s own.

  8. RB says:

    I would pay to have descriptions of this mine, what kind of ore is there and what is made from it. This place is huge and easy to see they spent a lot of money on this place. RIP to all the peeps that slaved to dig this.

  9. Cris says:

    Neat gallery!
    What was extracted on this mine?

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