At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

There is an air field that has a plenty of broken and old helicopters on it. The field is not guarded and is abandoned. Photos of it were made in the sunny and rainy weather.

At the Abandoned Airfield

Landing field.

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

Approaching the planes.

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

In two weeks after the photos were made another Mi-6 was transported here.

At the Abandoned Airfield

Mi-24.

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

The plane stands in front of the administrative building including in the complex of an aviation factory.

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

The plane has been here since 2007.

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

Central square.

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

Mi-6 of Azerbaijan.

At the Abandoned Airfield

Cа-32 and Mi-6.

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

The cabin of Mi-24.

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

At the Abandoned Airfield

11 thoughts on “At the Abandoned Airfield”

  1. If only we both had done something useful with all the resources wasted instead of worshiping at the bloody altar of the God of War.

  2. Ahh this would be my heaven to go around 🙂 What can I say, I love aircraft, and that includes the ones that have see better days. Thanks for the post.

  3. I just want to loot the crap out of Russia I mean with all the scrap just sitting around I could be super rich if not the cost of moving all that scrap metal 🙁

  4. Those Mi-6 are in fact Mi-8. And yes, that is W-3 under the photo of An-2.
    So heartbreaking to see those beautiful machines in such a poor state…

  5. If these are the helicopters at Pripyat, in the Ukraine, they are abandoned because they are contaminated with radiation from Chernobyl. They used the helicopters to drop concrete onto the reactor to try and stop the meltdown. Everyone involved in flying those choppers would have been killed by the radiation.

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