Rural locality Teriberka in Russia consists of two settlements: Teriberka and Lodeynoe (New Teriberka). In 1930, 2 km from Teriberka, the village of Lodeynoye arose, which was used as an outport for stopping regular steamers and a place for the location of ship repair shops.
Teriberka developed quickly after the Second World War. In the 1940s–1960s, there were two fishing farms, two dairy farms, a poultry farm, a 2000-head reindeer herd, an American mink breeding farm, and two fish processing facilities in the village, as well as shops and warehouses of the White Sea base of Goslov (a government-sponsored organization of skilled workers). Repair facilities of the shipyard were working at their full capacity and were being expanded. Active construction of housing and public organizations was underway. The village had a stadium, a community center, workers’ clubs of the shipyard, a fish processing facility, a Young Pioneers club, two schools (elementary and secondary), a boarding school for children from the coastal settlements, one inpatient and one outpatient hospital, and an ambulance station.
- Lodeynoye settlement with Teriberka is connected by a bridge built in 1987
2. Since the transfer of the main production facilities to Murmansk, Lodeynoye began to decline. Everything is totally destroyed. People live … although they probably survive in houses through the walls of which the sky is visible. It was planned to resettle the residents by 2017. Some were offered housing in the suburb of Murmansk, but others have begun to build houses right here.
3. These yellow signs indicating the period of resettlement can be seen on many houses.
4. Fishing was popular in Lodeynoy. There were many fishing boats. Boats were destroyed by time.
5. Abandoned palace of culture. You can walk inside, but not in all buildings… the risk of collapses is great here.
6. Teriberka had more than 5,000 inhabitants before the Second World War.
7. Devastation is adjacent to the silence, which is broken only by the sonorous voices of seagulls.
8. Another abandoned house
10. Landscapes have become a unique setting for filming any films about the apocalypse
11. The roads are unpaved and locals very often drive in cars without vehicle registration plates at high speed.
13. The river is highly prone to sea level fluctuations.
16. In early May, the temperature is no more than 10 degrees and you may feel an icy wind.
23. Old church
24. View of the heating plant.
25. Low tide.
28. You can find any type of abandoned car
29. Abandoned Volga car
30. Neglected Zhiguli car
31. Street view
32. Residential buildings.
33. Administration building
35. The facade of one of the residential buildings. People lives here.
36. Deserted and quiet.
41. There were very few people on the streets.
42. Broken roof.
48. Old bridge to the fish factory.
49. Two more abandoned cars.
51. If you look closely, you can see a fountain of water from pipes on the ground.
57. There is a school and a kindergarten.
58. Equipment for transportation during winter.
The stunning photos at the Teriberka, Russia were taken by Stanislav Kaznov. Stanislav Kaznov is a professional photographer and owner of a travel company “Time of Discovery“, specializing in tours in Russia and abroad.
If you’d like to see more abandoned places in Russia then check out our articles on the Soviet Tram Graveyard in Russia and the Abandoned Ordzhonikidze Sanatorium in Sochi.