I look over the fence. GAZ-66 trucks stands in slender rows. Every truck has a sheet of A4 size on the windshield with the description — “Awaiting disposal”. There are two old diesel locomotives in front of the GAZ-66 trucks. Didn’t expect to see them here. One of them is completely rusty and rotten.
Soon those trucks will be disassembled for parts and scrap. A little further – the whole ZIL-130/131 trucks cemetery. Those trucks have been rotting here for several decades.
The fence is partially knocked down, rusty barbed wire sticking right out of the trees that have grown in its path. I climbed one of the pontoons and saw the following picture: here is just a cemetery of old trucks. The parts of the URALS, GAZ, and ZIL military trucks stick out from everywhere. A little further away, on piles of rusty iron, lie the old, disassembled bodies of UAZs military cars.
In the very corner of the unit, there is a spontaneous dump of old wheels, KrAZ trucks. Beneath all this grandeur lie old cranes and bulldozers. Apparently, the equipment is completely dismantled here, after which the spare parts are stored in boxes. But the vehicle parts themselves are thrown on the outskirts of the territory, just in a heap, at each other.