Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

This time we are going around a couple of shops located in Moscow. So, these are photos of the first one which is partially frozen now.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

There are all kinds of machines here.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Some of them are of unknown purpose….

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

A bending machine.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

In the galvanic bath room.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

More pipes. They are strong and very light at the same time.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

No factory can do without a Lenin.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Another bending machine. There’s a whole line of them.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Workpieces of all sorts and shapes.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

More pipes.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

This looks like a furnace…

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

There is the following inscription on one of the walls, ‘Increase in operational efficiency is a guarantee of success in Communism development!’

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Flowers. They are still alive which means that they are taken care of by people and the shop is not abandoned yet.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

The other shop we want to show you is in a depot. Check out the photos.

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow

Location: Moscow

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13 thoughts on “Operating And Half-Abandoned Shops In Moscow”

  1. I like how all factories have lenins and slogans on the walls. Here all we have is safety posters saying don’t drink chemicals or put head in machine.

    • I don’t see any item of a war machine being bult.
      The picture with the description (More pipes. They are strong and very light at the same time) are high pressure diesel inlector pipes) you have also train wheels and steel plates cutting and bending machinary…
      Maybe it was a Train factory

  2. It was 100% war machine equipment, have you ever purchased a product that says MADE IN USSR???

    Russia now imports from China just like the USA does all made in China.

  3. I was wrong, Russia/USSR provides regimes with military equipment.

    Russia does not manufacture anything outside this realm of any value.

    The disturbing part is the ‘Made in CHINA’ on a lot of items in Russia now. I am baffled why they import from China?

    They have the military machinery base that can be utilized to make industrial items.

  4. Mercal

    You obviously have problems with Russia in general and particularly with the military, as well as with Russia’s history as part of the USSR.

    I said it before, and I’ll say it again, GET A LIFE!

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