Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Nizhny Tagil Iron And Steel Works named after V. I. Lenin is a city-forming enterprise in the Sverdlovsk region, one of the largest smelters in Russia, fourth largest iron and steel works in the country.

It’s not so easy to get there. To do this one should find a place where he can climb over the fence with barbed wire, overcome some obstacles and various railways and remain unnoticed by train drivers and other workers of the station and finally climb the blast furnace. Luckily there is always someone who can do this and take nice shots.

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

There are no many people here in fact.

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

There are six blast furnaces here, four of them are disabled.

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

The plat of the blastfurnace plant.

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Disabled blast furnaces 1-4.

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Their dimensions are very impressive!

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Blast furnace #5.

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

The bucket with molten slag, it’s very hot to stand there even at the distance of 50-60 meters.

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Coal turns into coal dust in this building.

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night

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3 thoughts on “Iron And Steel Works Under the Cover of the Night”

  1. Heaven and Hell got together and had themselves a child, and English Russia shows us photographs of their offspring.

    Nicely done, English Russia.

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