6 How Bad City of Pripyat is Today?

How Bad City of Pripyat is Today?

Posted on May 13, 2014 by tim

What is happening with houses in Pripyat today? Why are they becoming dangerous? They have been empty for up to 30 years. In 1986 they were full of people, the utilities were functioning, repairs were done in a timely manner, but after the accident all of the houses in the town were abandoned.

The entrance to school #1.

But it is better not to go for more than a few steps from the entrance of the building.


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6 Responses to “How Bad City of Pripyat is Today?”

  1. Tito says:

    Again? Pls, we have enough of this..really..

    • George says:

      They took a LOT of photo’s on that visit, going to take a while to see them all.

    • bob says:

      There could never be enough photos for me to see ! I enjoy seeing stuff from Russia that we’ve never had the opportunity to see before. altot of this stuff may disappear in 60 more years as if it were never there… thanks for all the pictures !!!

    • Bone idle says:

      This is a fascinating ongoing study on how the ravages of time will eventually devastate a modern societal city.
      This is very important information gathering.

  2. Hugh Crawford says:

    Please IGNORE those who think they own ER and are self-appointed Admins who can say what the rest of us should be able to see.
    One day, they will realise that nobody is forcing them to look at posts they don’t like, or that they can go elsewhere, where they might be allowed to bully other visitors.
    Love the Pripyat/Chernobyl features, as these areas are constantly changing (and some of us will never be able to visit for ourselves.)

  3. Yuri says:

    Water damage on any type of building material will make it fail. Wood, steel, concrete or brick, it doesn’t matter. These buildings haven’t had proper maintenance in 30 yrs.

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