Scary abandoned mine in Russian Ural

A live-journal blogger Mr. Mishainik has been on a trip and he has explored an abandoned Ural mountain mine and got us the following photo-story: You see, during the second world war most of Russian mining was moved to Ural due to safety. Due to war machine production resources were in high demand by the army so the mining volumes escalated tremendously. This is a visit to one mine, where ww2 Russian workers were built and mining ore for the needs of the Soviet army. via(source) Even though production stopped decades ago, the cars are still loaded with ore. Spooky!

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