Abandoned T-55 turret fortification in Kamchatka

Abandoned T-55 turret in Russian Kamchatka ABANDONED SPACES
Abandoned T-55 Tank Turret Fortification in Kamchatka, Russia. T-55 tank turret mounted above a bunker in Kamchatka, Russia.

The T-55 tank is a of Soviet main battle tank introduced in the years following the Second World War. The T-54/55 series eventually became the most-produced tank in history. Estimated production numbers for the series range from 86,000 to 100,000. 

T-55 tank turret mounted above a bunker in Kamchatka, Russia. It is a tank turret fortification. The T-55 had a dome-shaped turret. As often occurred, the tank was abandoned by its crew. There are no exit holes in the turret of a Soviet T-55 rusting away in Kamchatka.

Abandoned T-55 turret in Russian Kamchatka
Photo: philyuchkoff.livejournal.com

Abandoned T-55 turret in Russian Kamchatka
Photo: philyuchkoff.livejournal.com

Abandoned T-55 turret in Russian Kamchatka
Photo: philyuchkoff.livejournal.com

Abandoned T-55 turret in Russian Kamchatka
Photo: philyuchkoff.livejournal.com

Abandoned T-55 turret in Russian Kamchatka
Photo: philyuchkoff.livejournal.com

Abandoned T-55 turret in Russian Kamchatka
Photo: philyuchkoff.livejournal.com

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