12 Russian Abandoned Railroad Graveyard

Russian Abandoned Railroad Graveyard

Posted on November 9, 2017 by tim


They call this place a “secret train graveyard” and it’s located in Yekaterinburg. Photographer of the local news outlet E1 visited this place and sneaked in. Here are the pictures and a story.

Normal people can’t get inside here. This one above is a Soviet train LV series.

This one is Skoda train from Czechoslovakia.


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12 Responses to “Russian Abandoned Railroad Graveyard”

  1. Douglas says:

    Why are these useless relics being saved?

    • alex kom says:

      Saw a few of them restored in various museums and such. They take a long time to rot away and there is a chance that some city / county would want one restored for display / museum etc.

    • Slaven says:

      It is being saved as a method to keep idiots such as you away from sleep at night. Also they are memory from the time when Russia was a world power before gorbachev sabotaged it on behalf of his western globalist masonic masters. Is that clear enough for you genius?

  2. Alper says:

    I was hoping for a real abandoned graveyard

  3. Mike says:

    Russia – everything turns into rust and decay. Unkempt buildings, the ever present mold, falling apart. But the sign surely keeps intruders away!

  4. Kent_Diego says:

    Love red star on the front. All of the engines should have one.

  5. fundaluk says:

    Wonderful photos!

  6. Andrew Jensen says:

    Why aren’t they melted down for slag and recycled? Such a waste.

  7. Ron says:

    I would love to get hold of one of the data plates from an old train car like these.

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