10 Abandoned Storm Factory of the Crimea

Abandoned Storm Factory of the Crimea

Posted on February 26, 2016 by team

Looking at the ring from outside.

The tower looks so much Soviet!

However those things on the windowsill are from the modern epoch.

Let’s go up closer to the fans.

Four nozzles are like fingers of an iron robot. The fans created wind with speed up to 19 m/s. As a result they had big wind waves: 1,5 m high, 15 m long, interval up to 4 sec.

From here we may see the oceanographic platform.

Finally we are inside.

!5 mm thick glass.

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10 Responses to “Abandoned Storm Factory of the Crimea”

  1. john says:

    I have seen this before,i still find the pictures,of that place interesting.

  2. Ron says:

    So there’s actually someone living in there? The appartements look well maintained.

    • www says:

      These photos of 2013. Perhaps the crew then filmed miniseries creating decorations in this factory storms. Trailer on youtube s44vdQ_-TEk at 00:50 gates of the pool.

  3. ausGeoff says:

    Is there any logical reason as to why all these images couldn’t be posted on 2 or 3 pages? Having to click through two images at a time per page is extremely annoying. I just can’t be bothered. Sorry, you’ll be losing viewers if this continues.

  4. L'hiver says:

    We really need a “report” function for comments, if for no other reason to ban the cheapskate shitposters like ausGeoff up there. Ugh.
    TWO FREAKIN’ DOLLARS. Jaysus.

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