Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

We haven’t had posts about abandoned places for a long time, have we? This one will fix this problem. Half-ruined abandoned industrial spots of Moscow are inside.

Abandoned Places Coming Back

At first some pictures of abandoned plants.

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

The mechanics’ workshop.

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Soda.

Abandoned Places Coming Back

The personal account of the brigades.

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Remember the safety rules.

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Glory to labor!

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Calling for the traffic controller, pull down the lever.

Abandoned Places Coming Back

A mechanic.

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

Abandoned Places Coming Back

The telephone book of the “Hammer and Sickle” plant.

13 thoughts on “Abandoned Places Coming Back”

  1. Are these structures in bad locations, toxic and unstable?

    Some industrial structures in American have been turned into flats/apartments/studios/offices/night clubs/artist co ops/schools/etc but they were in the right locations, the structures were sound and they weren’t toxic environments or dangers to humans.

    What are they doing leaving all that CCCP stuff there to rot? That’s cool stuff and one day maybe worth some money. I would frame it and hang it up in my living room and invent a whole new design style with it.

    • My guess is, that most of these places are owned by the state, which doesnt ‘really’ want to sell them, or dont know how, and doesnt have money to do anything else with them, so they’ll just let them rot.

      What comes to toxic, especially on those railroad yards – well let’s just say, they werent exactly known for their environment safety regs..

      But like i said, that’s just a guess, since nobody has provided any facts, why they prefer to let things rot, rather than recycle, and build something new.

      • That makes some sense out of it but it’s too bad they let it sit like that. The US has places like this too, unfortunately.

        • Everywhere has places like his. They’re great when you’re a young lad … hardly safe, but who said exploring and having fun should be safe?

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