Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

We are at one forgotten place where chemical weapons used to be made. Soon after the USSR collapse the plant was burning in the fire and never recovered, today it stays abandoned…

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

“Product discharge into the sewerage while testing is forbidden”

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

This clock will never work again…

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

And only in the place that underwent the fire the colors have vanished…

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant

They used to produce yperite there. The production was started in the 1930s and stopped in 1994.

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10 thoughts on “Abandoned Chemical Weaponry Plant”

  1. We’re still burning off all that bloody waste of money, brains and time here on the west coast. The participants in the cold war needed a good ass kicking and explanation of the realities of resource depletion via stupid bloody mindedness.

  2. I get the idea that an abandoned chemical weapons plant, which partially burnt down some years ago, is a really bad place to go and hang out.

  3. Would this place not be toxic and contaminated, I suspect they made other more lethal chemicals.

    The other question is where did all of the other remains go?

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