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4 Infiltration to the Unfinished Nuclear Heating Plant

Infiltration to the Unfinished Nuclear Heating Plant

Posted on December 4, 2014 by team


Gorky Nuclear Heating Plant started to be built in the early 1980s and was never finished for multiple reasons including public protests and the collapse of the USSR, of course. The plant hasn’t been completed, the reactor unit hasn’t been assembled, and fuel was never brought… That’s why the place is considered safe for visiting from the point of view of radiation hazard. The brave blogger lana-sator included this place in the list of great abandoned objects she has to see and shoot for us.

Endless corridors resemble those of some unfinished building, they were not even close to completion of the construction.

However, numerous thick protective doors bring us back to reality and remind us where we are.

Some parts of the premises meet us with absolute emptiness or lonely pipes in their corners, others are messed up with different stuff.

It seems that every new door leads to a new place but quite soon you have a sense of deja vu. Are we at the start point again? Or not?

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4 Responses to “Infiltration to the Unfinished Nuclear Heating Plant”

  1. Vicky says:

    No image display in mb usr,s ur wb site is very good & in4matic

  2. john says:

    Awesome posting . very cool stuff.

  3. Les Hayward says:

    Absolutely brilliant!

  4. javox says:

    wooowww many thoughts r commin to my head, on the top its so sad that they wasted a lots of sources for just left abandoned in the half way but also its good coz its one less thing that would contaminate the world =)

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