40+ Photos of an abandoned cars nearby deserted Russian dachas in Khabarovsk area. Many summer residents abandoned their dachas and many cars were left there. Almost every car had a rotten bottom, some parts were torn off, and in general, cars were badly dented.
Stunning Photos of an abandoned Soviet Moskvich 410 sitting in an overgrown forest. The Moskvitch 410 was an experimentally designed limited production car made by Soviet manufacturer MZMA from 1957 to 1961.
Photos of abandoned soviet vehicles graveyard in Gagra, Abkhazia. Urban explorers found abandoned cars and trucks in Gagra, Abkhazia. Today Abkhazia is very popular among industrial tourists and lovers of Soviet architecture.
Dozens of abandoned Russian cars and rusty trucks on the outskirts of factory. Discover 30+ Photos of abandoned Russian cars. Those abandoned cars and trucks symbolize a relic of the past and decline of the Russian economy.
Photos of rusty Russian KAMAZ, LIAZ, ZIL trucks, MAZ mobile crane sand abandoned VOLGA cars once used by local companies. But now their resource has been exhausted, and the vehicles have ended up in this peculiar dump.
Abandoned Soviet GAZ-M20 Pobeda and Rusty Moskvich. 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.
Abandoned cars, buses and trucks in decaying Russia. Below is a series of ten photographs from various angles. The most interesting units of vehicles are filmed in detail.
Photos of abandoned soviet-mad amphibious ATV in Crimea. It turned out that the abandoned amphibious ATV had been lying here for several decades. The Amphibious ATV has been lying in saltwater for almost 30 years at the bottom of the sea, corroded and destroyed.
Moskvich-2141 is living out its last days right in the middle of garages near the abandoned Russian dacha. Discover stunning photos of abandoned Soviet car.
Thousands of abandoned villages and rusty cars are scattered across northern Russia. You only have to drive away from Murmansk for 70 kilometers deep into the Murmansk region and turn away from the main roads, as you can completely unexpectedly stumble upon ghost-towns and abandoned cars.