6 So Many Tanks In One Place!

So Many Tanks In One Place!

Posted on February 12, 2014 by team

This post is about the Kharkov armor repair plant, Ukraine. Many tanks and many apocalyptic pictures. You gonna like them.

The plant specializes in modernization and overhaul of tanks T-64, T-80, T-72 and tank engines 5TDF and GTD-1250.

Before the collapse of the USSR the plant overhauled about 60 tanks and 55 engines monthly.
Today the plant is partially abandoned but it still functions though, despite these apocalyptic views.

These are all tanks! Someone said there are more than 250 tanks here!

Tank engines.

Tank helmet. It could become a souvenir if it was not this dirty…


Views from the roof – have you ever seen so many tanks in one place?

There are many shops here, we are going to see one of them from inside.

The boat that will never sail.

Machine-gun belt.

Boxes with machine-gun belts.

Tyres of armoured vehicles.

Tank electric equipment.

Torture chamber for bad workers?

Turret components.

The engine looks impressive!

Even shells are here!


Tank sight.

Painting shop.

Armored vehicles.

Tracked amphibians.

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6 Responses to “So Many Tanks In One Place!”

  1. tony says:

    Will someone give me the contract to recycle all this scrap iron? The Russian Federation could stop steel production for years if it did recycle and save lots of resources. Rossiya needs my help.

    • MAXDMG says:

      This is Ukraine… they don’t need tanks, they don army is not needed, the government rowing money in their pockets, the insurgents think that they can make money in their pockets…. On the country and its defense spit and those and those…

  2. john says:

    Always interesting.

  3. dagar says:

    One crate stenciled “Contract No.” in English, now full of junk parts. Wonder what was originally in that box.

  4. andrew says:

    why not just sell it cheap, some country still hava no tank, whatever its outdated, they still happy say ‘its a TANk!’

  5. Tillerman says:

    Thanks for spelling “Tyres” as it should be (page 6).

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