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[OC] Old factory in Prague

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Former brewery structure [1437x1066] possibly shipping related.

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Payphone somewhere in Cleveland [4032x1960] [OC]

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Crumbling Cabin on the Icelandic Tundra [3840x2160] [OC]

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An old crab winch in a now sealed quarry.

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Old Chevy project truck [OC]

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Point King Lighthouse. Albany Western Australia

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  • Tropical_Tacos
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 3:06pm

    So many abandoned places here in WA. Urban Exploring is super fun if you know where to go. Freo has some amazing abandoned buildings.

  • cajunsoul
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 3:10pm

    Just think of the real estate listing, though!

    "Beautiful waterfront property: Right on the bay. Registered on the list of National Historic Structures. Very open floor plan. Nice and airy, with lots of light!"

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  • Tropical_Tacos
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 3:06pm

    So many abandoned places here in WA. Urban Exploring is super fun if you know where to go. Freo has some amazing abandoned buildings.

  • cajunsoul
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 3:10pm

    Just think of the real estate listing, though!

    "Beautiful waterfront property: Right on the bay. Registered on the list of National Historic Structures. Very open floor plan. Nice and airy, with lots of light!"

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Abandoned Space Shuttles in Russia

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  • Bmkrocky
    14 points Mar 22,2019, 9:40am

    Such a huge waste of money!! Spent hundreds of millions or more for them to waste away

  • DevzP
    14 points Mar 22,2019, 9:36am

    That looks like a horror movie setting. A creature from space attached itself to the shuttle and is thriving in an abandoned space station, a group of rebel teenagers decide to explore and chaos ensues.

  • ransamplin
    10 points Mar 22,2019, 9:36am

    Great photo.
    There is one of these in Bahrain...I’ll see if I can dig up the photo, I never did figure out why it was there.

  • GBtuba
    3 points Mar 22,2019, 1:47pm
  • gpsx0
    7 points Mar 22,2019, 12:57pm

    This is a repost of the top post of this sub.

  • WCC5D1F0E
    3 points Mar 22,2019, 12:19pm

    I can’t imagine working on a space launch system one day, feeling like you’re on the cutting edge of human exploration and advancement, and then having to leave it behind never having gotten the opportunity to finish the job.

  • adude_
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 2:52pm

    I got distracted one day and here's what I found out about these (I hope my memory is good):

    The Soviets found out good ol' Murica was building a big, reusable space craft. They weren't entirely sure what it was for, but afaik they suspected the US was gonna build a space base of some kind. The Russians decided that they needed something to match the then in-development Space Shuttles and so started working on these bad boys. Only one in the picture is a real shuttle btw, I'm pretty sure it's one furtherest away from this pic. The other one is actually a mockup of some type for testing and they didn't intend to fly it.

    There were 2 actual shuttles made, and they even got one to fly successfully! Sadly, that one was destroyed some time in the early 2000's when the giant hangar housing it collapsed around it :/ If memory serves correct, the reason the Soviets abandoned their shuttle program was because they just didn't have the resources: they decided that they still wanted to work on their conventional space program as well as begin developing these, which would mean they spent loads more money than if they'd just gone full power on the shuttles. The other issue was there were roughly 5 ministries or groups or whatever that were all working on it, and that led to all sorts of problems.

    Finally, they were abandoned, left to rot in this big hangar in Kazakhstan. I believe it's actually near the launch site they currently use for launching stuff into space, but IDK that.

    Hope this was accurate!

  • whisnov
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 3:25pm

    Abandoned.... You mean cloacked

  • supraspinatus
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 3:35pm

    Sweet they’ve been there for yarns I’ll bet.

  • infinite_zero
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 3:57pm

    Anytime I see the Buran photos, I wonder just how long the Soyuz program will live on before Russia replaces it.

  • ph00p
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 5:48pm

    This is crazy, what a great shot!

    Reddit wallpaper changer brought me here.

  • NotThatGuyAnother1
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 6:15pm

    How I imagine my Kerbals when I haven't played KSP for two months.

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  • Bmkrocky
    14 points Mar 22,2019, 9:40am

    Such a huge waste of money!! Spent hundreds of millions or more for them to waste away

  • DevzP
    14 points Mar 22,2019, 9:36am

    That looks like a horror movie setting. A creature from space attached itself to the shuttle and is thriving in an abandoned space station, a group of rebel teenagers decide to explore and chaos ensues.

  • ransamplin
    10 points Mar 22,2019, 9:36am

    Great photo.
    There is one of these in Bahrain...I’ll see if I can dig up the photo, I never did figure out why it was there.

  • ParaEspartano
    6 points Mar 22,2019, 1:23pm

    Kazakhstan, not Russia.

  • GBtuba
    3 points Mar 22,2019, 1:47pm
  • gpsx0
    7 points Mar 22,2019, 12:57pm

    This is a repost of the top post of this sub.

  • WCC5D1F0E
    3 points Mar 22,2019, 12:19pm

    I can’t imagine working on a space launch system one day, feeling like you’re on the cutting edge of human exploration and advancement, and then having to leave it behind never having gotten the opportunity to finish the job.

  • adude_
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 2:52pm

    I got distracted one day and here's what I found out about these (I hope my memory is good):

    The Soviets found out good ol' Murica was building a big, reusable space craft. They weren't entirely sure what it was for, but afaik they suspected the US was gonna build a space base of some kind. The Russians decided that they needed something to match the then in-development Space Shuttles and so started working on these bad boys. Only one in the picture is a real shuttle btw, I'm pretty sure it's one furtherest away from this pic. The other one is actually a mockup of some type for testing and they didn't intend to fly it.

    There were 2 actual shuttles made, and they even got one to fly successfully! Sadly, that one was destroyed some time in the early 2000's when the giant hangar housing it collapsed around it :/ If memory serves correct, the reason the Soviets abandoned their shuttle program was because they just didn't have the resources: they decided that they still wanted to work on their conventional space program as well as begin developing these, which would mean they spent loads more money than if they'd just gone full power on the shuttles. The other issue was there were roughly 5 ministries or groups or whatever that were all working on it, and that led to all sorts of problems.

    Finally, they were abandoned, left to rot in this big hangar in Kazakhstan. I believe it's actually near the launch site they currently use for launching stuff into space, but IDK that.

    Hope this was accurate!

  • whisnov
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 3:25pm

    Abandoned.... You mean cloacked

  • supraspinatus
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 3:35pm

    Sweet they’ve been there for yarns I’ll bet.

  • infinite_zero
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 3:57pm

    Anytime I see the Buran photos, I wonder just how long the Soyuz program will live on before Russia replaces it.

  • ph00p
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 5:48pm

    This is crazy, what a great shot!

    Reddit wallpaper changer brought me here.

  • NotThatGuyAnother1
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 6:15pm

    How I imagine my Kerbals when I haven't played KSP for two months.

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The Foxtrot submarine that time forgot [640 × 480].

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  • ethan_kahn
    315 points Mar 22,2019, 5:30am

    This is S311 ‘Al Badr’ of the Libyan Navy (former Soviet ‘B-533’) , a Foxtrot Class / project I641K. She was scraped in 2014.

  • Mandalorian_Hippie
    51 points Mar 22,2019, 6:38am

    Anyone know what the metal band at the prow is that makes it not rust?

  • bicisfrench
    34 points Mar 22,2019, 5:32am

    So cool

  • Anomaly1134
    9 points Mar 22,2019, 9:12am

    That would be so awesome to explore if it is still relatively stable. Amazing piece of history.

  • Quey
    23 points Mar 22,2019, 7:03am

    R/submarines would love this.

  • daonewithnoteef
    24 points Mar 22,2019, 8:37am

    North Korea would probably put it in service

  • Mumblix_Grumph
    13 points Mar 22,2019, 10:17am

    "For sale is this project I never finished. No low-ballers or tire-kickers. Don't waste my time, I know what I've got!"

  • MikeFromSuburbia
    7 points Mar 22,2019, 9:33am

    Okay Uncharted 1

  • irishamerican
    7 points Mar 22,2019, 9:33am

    So interested in pictures like this. They have the scaffolding all setup for work, but then project was scrapped and everybody just walked off the job and left it like this.

  • Crash665
    4 points Mar 22,2019, 9:04am

    I would love to go see that up close but would be afraid it would fall and crush me.

  • kingganjaguru
    4 points Mar 22,2019, 11:36am

    Free hot dogs on deck

  • StrongBuffaloAss69
    10 points Mar 22,2019, 9:00am

    Why is it in a court for pok -ta -tok the Mayan ball game from Chichan Itza

  • KennethEWolf
    3 points Mar 22,2019, 9:53am

    Can I buy it? Opening bid $10.00.

  • dr3adlock
    6 points Mar 22,2019, 8:59am

    So cool, an image of the world after man.

  • mr_impastabowl
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 9:58am

    This looks like it's taken directly from Final Fantasy 7

  • dont_read_into_this
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 10:08am

    Let's finish it and sell it to a drug cartel for a bagillion bagillions.

  • WikWikWack
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 11:02am

    Sometimes I just go "wow" when I see a picture here.

    This is one of those times.

  • Thunderbirds7
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 11:06am

    Does anyone know where this is located?

  • krnl4bin
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 12:58pm
  • rdaniels302
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 5:21pm

    My guess is submarine funding was canceled after Captain Ramius ran off with the Red October and the Konovalov was lost at sea while trying to find him.

    Very cool Picture!!

  • Rob_Dead
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 10:54am

    This is the first time I've commented on this sub. Fantastic picture and information.

  • locoken69
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 10:25am

    This would make a great Red October sequel where some lads on leave got it going after an attack on the shipyard. Then all died after the seams started leaking at 500' below the surface. Jk..... that would be sad.

  • pkfillmore
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 1:02pm

    Any Abandoned place:

    Me: This would make a great airsoft field

  • tacticalxzebra
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 1:19pm

    Reminds me so much of Rivet City in Fallout 3

  • b33flu
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 1:38pm

    Are all those cylindrical objects visible on the upper portion the ballast tanks? I always assumed ballast tanks were larger than that. Seems like it would take more time to flood/pump so many small tanks.

    How big were the batteries on these old subs? Do they line the sides of the outer hull while the ballast tanks line the upper part? Interesting stuff.

  • MyOtherCarIsAFishbed
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 2:44pm

    God damn, that's an important chunk of history right there. I'm surprised it's not a museum. Not in a museum, but a museum unto itself.

  • Grant72439
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 2:48pm

    Fixer upper

  • LoneWaffle47
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 3:17pm

    That is SOO COOL! Why isn't somethin like that HERE where I live...

  • lightwhisper
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 5:00pm

    Is there any inside pics?

  • Elefantenjohn
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 5:16pm

    *stag

  • TruthDontChange
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 6:57pm

    Wow, it looks like they were almost finished, then just walked away.

COMMENTS

  • ethan_kahn
    315 points Mar 22,2019, 5:30am

    This is S311 ‘Al Badr’ of the Libyan Navy (former Soviet ‘B-533’) , a Foxtrot Class / project I641K. She was scraped in 2014.

  • Mandalorian_Hippie
    51 points Mar 22,2019, 6:38am

    Anyone know what the metal band at the prow is that makes it not rust?

  • bicisfrench
    34 points Mar 22,2019, 5:32am

    So cool

  • peacedetski
    16 points Mar 22,2019, 7:36am

    Google-translated story of the sub

  • Anomaly1134
    9 points Mar 22,2019, 9:12am

    That would be so awesome to explore if it is still relatively stable. Amazing piece of history.

  • Quey
    23 points Mar 22,2019, 7:03am

    R/submarines would love this.

  • daonewithnoteef
    24 points Mar 22,2019, 8:37am

    North Korea would probably put it in service

  • Mumblix_Grumph
    13 points Mar 22,2019, 10:17am

    "For sale is this project I never finished. No low-ballers or tire-kickers. Don't waste my time, I know what I've got!"

  • MikeFromSuburbia
    7 points Mar 22,2019, 9:33am

    Okay Uncharted 1

  • irishamerican
    7 points Mar 22,2019, 9:33am

    So interested in pictures like this. They have the scaffolding all setup for work, but then project was scrapped and everybody just walked off the job and left it like this.

  • Crash665
    4 points Mar 22,2019, 9:04am

    I would love to go see that up close but would be afraid it would fall and crush me.

  • kingganjaguru
    4 points Mar 22,2019, 11:36am

    Free hot dogs on deck

  • StrongBuffaloAss69
    10 points Mar 22,2019, 9:00am

    Why is it in a court for pok -ta -tok the Mayan ball game from Chichan Itza

  • KennethEWolf
    3 points Mar 22,2019, 9:53am

    Can I buy it? Opening bid $10.00.

  • dr3adlock
    6 points Mar 22,2019, 8:59am

    So cool, an image of the world after man.

  • mr_impastabowl
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 9:58am

    This looks like it's taken directly from Final Fantasy 7

  • dont_read_into_this
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 10:08am

    Let's finish it and sell it to a drug cartel for a bagillion bagillions.

  • WikWikWack
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 11:02am

    Sometimes I just go "wow" when I see a picture here.

    This is one of those times.

  • Thunderbirds7
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 11:06am

    Does anyone know where this is located?

  • krnl4bin
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 12:58pm
  • rdaniels302
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 5:21pm

    My guess is submarine funding was canceled after Captain Ramius ran off with the Red October and the Konovalov was lost at sea while trying to find him.

    Very cool Picture!!

  • Rob_Dead
    2 points Mar 22,2019, 10:54am

    This is the first time I've commented on this sub. Fantastic picture and information.

  • locoken69
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 10:25am

    This would make a great Red October sequel where some lads on leave got it going after an attack on the shipyard. Then all died after the seams started leaking at 500' below the surface. Jk..... that would be sad.

  • pkfillmore
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 1:02pm

    Any Abandoned place:

    Me: This would make a great airsoft field

  • tacticalxzebra
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 1:19pm

    Reminds me so much of Rivet City in Fallout 3

  • b33flu
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 1:38pm

    Are all those cylindrical objects visible on the upper portion the ballast tanks? I always assumed ballast tanks were larger than that. Seems like it would take more time to flood/pump so many small tanks.

    How big were the batteries on these old subs? Do they line the sides of the outer hull while the ballast tanks line the upper part? Interesting stuff.

  • MyOtherCarIsAFishbed
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 2:44pm

    God damn, that's an important chunk of history right there. I'm surprised it's not a museum. Not in a museum, but a museum unto itself.

  • Grant72439
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 2:48pm

    Fixer upper

  • LoneWaffle47
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 3:17pm

    That is SOO COOL! Why isn't somethin like that HERE where I live...

  • lightwhisper
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 5:00pm

    Is there any inside pics?

  • Elefantenjohn
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 5:16pm

    *stag

  • TruthDontChange
    1 points Mar 22,2019, 6:57pm

    Wow, it looks like they were almost finished, then just walked away.

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Abandoned castle from built in 1459 [OC][4608 × 2789][EU]

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