Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

So this is what is said to be an abandoned microbiology lab in Russia. Growing micro organisms for research at one time and now it’s a mess – old jars with who knows what inside are broken or open, large high pressure tanks are unsealed and leaking. Some rooms even have green moss or something similar growing on their floors.

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

Abandoned Microbiology Lab

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6 thoughts on “Abandoned Microbiology Lab”

  1. Page 2, picture 3 – I am almost sure it is a UV disinfection light (Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation). Maybe even could be used through the glass walls in the same picture? Page 3, picture 1 – this and UV lights, hmm, I des not sound too good. I hope the photographer did some disinfection after leaving that place 🙂

  2. Steel bunker door would be more than just normal studies must be worse substance. Who know what chemical exposes to?

  3. For some reason I’d be much more reluctant to go into this one than most of the ones that have previously been posted.

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