Returning home from a long trip, looking out the bus window, I noticed a strange building. It looked like an ordinary unfinished cottage: completely abandoned, without windows and doors. In appearance, it seemed that it had been abandoned a long time ago, graffiti and other arts were visible.
I forgot about that place for about six months, until I accidentally showed up in that region. I decided to walk a couple of kilometers to that building and check, what if there would be something to see?
The weather was rather cold, which only encouraged to move to the target point faster. Going inside, I realized that everything was as I had imagined: garbage everywhere, bare painted walls. After taking a couple of shots, I saw an iron door locked from the inside. Then I went out into the street through the main entrance and noticed that a small rusty gate led into a closed room. It looked a lot like a built-in garage.
Coming closer to the small window, I saw a very old-looking rusty car in the dark. Immediately I went inside, turned on the flashlight on my phone, and saw another car parked in the far corner. The first car was the gray GAZ M-20 Pobeda. The dashboard has survived in the cabin, the stripped seats were also in place. Even a partially survived engine remained under the hood, but much of it has, of course, been removed. The second car was not so lucky anymore. It turned out to be 400 or 401 Moskvich. From it, for the most part, only the car body remained. There was no engine with a hood and headlights, no windshield, and no sensors on the panel. Only the shabby steering wheel and seat remained.