Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

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This is a pretty large abandoned NAVY object with sat space link dishes and radars. Russian blogger Alex with his friends got lucky to get inside and made some photos.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

It was built in 1987 on the brink of USSR collapse. Due to fast progress in electronics it got outdated pretty fast and in 2009 was dismantled. However some parts of the place were dismantled way earlier than in 2009.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Some parts of place already have wild plants growing inside.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Books and magazines from 1980s and 1970s.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Propaganda posters – telling about the NATO helicopters.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Work safety instructions.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

And this room was right below the antenna.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

After the climb they get on the roof.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

With enough force you can rotate the antenna!

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

And climb it.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

From there you can see the surrounding woods.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Also take a nice photo of the antenna itself.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

This is the territory of the facility.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Here you can see metal parts which form the antenna.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

This is sending-receiving antenna to track “artificial satellites of the Earth”. However those particular ones were used by Ministry of Defense for their purposes.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Buy cranking this handle you can turn the antenna.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

There are two identical buildings with antennas on top in this place. However the other one is in better shape as it was stopped in use later. Here are more posters – ships of NATO Navy.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

You can find even such artifacts. The rank of this officer was captain.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

NATO submarines.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

The engineering equipment stays intact.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

The place here under antenna is much better says Alex than in the other building.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Because antenna is horizontally tuned here you can get inside of it.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

Like this.

Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]

The time has stopped here. Forever.

And then they have met the sunset outside and head back home.

Thank to Alex for the photos, his website is below:

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10 thoughts on “Abandoned Russian NAVY Analytics Center [33 photos]”

  1. In the right side Categories column there have been 92 of these stories. What should be done with these dreadful abandoned sites?

    • You see, there was a COLD WAR. A real one. Thanks to this gear and other ‘expenses’, it was prevented to become a ‘hot’ catastrophe and the planet didn’t get vaporized –and your mom and dad could live and grow up in peace.

      • Dude i live in Argentina, peace never excisted in here ahahah but beside that i think non of both side never dared to to push the buttom not coz all this gear and tecnology, was coz they knew the whole planeta would blow up

        • This tech helped a lot. Both sides had plans to attack each other by conventional or nuclear ways.

          Argentina was -unfortunately- a Cold War front. I’m glad all those ruthless right-wing Dictatorships ended. Great people and beautiful country.

  2. This is not a military but satellite television station. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbita_(TV_system) Totally peaceful. Such antennas were installed throughout the Union.

  3. This is a pretty large abandoned NAVY object with sat space link dishes and radars. Russian blogger Alex with his friends got lucky to get inside and made some photos. …. Information wikipedia illes est trait andomagé Logiciel:Zmatrix free wold

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