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Abandoned Factory and New Life Around It

Posted on September 5, 2014 by tim



Here are the abandoned and empty red brick buildings of an old factory which went bankrupt ten years after the Soviet Union ceased to exist. Now its big territory and vast buildings remain empty except some of them are starting to give life to the new generation of small businesses that are around. As you can see in the photo above, the old building with shattered windows and a dark look hosts dozens of small ads for the small companies hosted here and there on the territory. What are those new companies? Totally different – from car tire sales and repairs to website creation and a nightclub. Yes there is a nightclub based in the abandoned plant too. See inside for more.

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4 Responses to “Abandoned Factory and New Life Around It”

  1. Muzzlehatch says:

    Looks like old Packard Motors plant in Detroit, Michigan, except cleaner.

    • OhioMike says:

      Indeed. Old, empty, filthy and depressing. Yet, still strangely interesting.

    • Gregabob says:

      I’ve been in the Packard building–it was partitioned off and rented out for storage at the time. Scary, dangerous place–it had some weird black dust on the floor, which was made of wood planks that were coming apart. I couldn’t get out of there fast enough. I hear it’s been demo’d now.

  2. papa says:

    Ah. I used to learn to play bass there. That’s a galosh factory.

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