You probably remember that a few days ago there was a posting about the seasons changing in Franz Josef Land – one of the most Northern Russian islands, being on the latitude of Northern Greenland, and being uninhabited. However, the fact that nobody lives there doesn’t mean that there is no activity. In fact, there are tons of the old Soviet vehicles, tools, tractors, devices and you name it. Want to take a look?
You can click for the wide screen versions. These things are all over the island.
Left for nothing.
Looks like people fled from this place.
Leaving everything behind them.
Like in a horror movie, when something unknown attacked people.
Look how they bent this hammer. What for?
Made in USSR. Year 1976.
This tractor has strangely been deformed, sinking beneath the sand.
Yes, some parts of the island have snow even in the warm months, so you can bet there are tons more of this stuff under the snow.
Looks like most of the vehicles are missing their glass.
Who remove the glass?
Does glass have some extra value in this uninhabited land?
Here, this one is intact.
This looks like a Lunokhod.
The guy, with his dog and with a rifle, also looks like a scavenger from a movie.
Living alone in the land of no man and permanent cold.
The headlights were also removed.
Another shot of the postapocalyptic guy with a rifle.
I wonder if they need glass too.
Thanks to Igor for the photos!