On a rusty Soviet pedestal, there is a small plaque from which you can learn that LiAZ-158 buses operated on the roads of the Russian Arctic from 1960 to 1979.
20+ Photos of an Abandoned Soviet Buses and Trucks on the outskirts of the Russian village. An automobile graveyard on the outskirts of the Siberian village is a location where old Soviet buses, trucks, and agricultural machinery are kept until they have decayed.
Discover Soviet Bus Graveyard in Armenia. Soviet bus-transport, throughout most of the history of the Soviet Union, was controlled either by the regional or the republican branches of the Ministry of Transport. In the mid-1980s the government initiated a program for compressed-gas energy for buses.
The collapse of the Soviet Union led to insufficient funding for many municipal trolleybus systems, but they proved more resilient than municipal tram or bus operations. Below are photos of the abandoned trolleybus station.
Photos of rusty public buses and once used for the evacuation of residents of Pripyat after the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. But now their resource has been exhausted, and the buses have ended up in this peculiar dump.
Photos of rusty and abandoned public transit buses in city of Khabarovsk. Most of the equipment was badly worn out and for a long time remained in the open air at its last parking lot before disposal, where we managed to catch and capture them.
Photos of rusty public buses and minibusses once used by Mostransavto. But now their resource has been exhausted, and the buses have ended up in this peculiar dump.
The PAZ-652 bus was produced in 1963. During Russia's Soviet-era 60 thousand PAZ-652 buses were produced. It was used on routes in Karelia, Russia. In June 2020 a group of enthusiasts bought the bus and transported it to St. Petersburg (Russia).