Forgotten Chernobyl Posts

8th December 2019

Rossokha Vehicle Graveyard and Duga radar, known as the Russian Woodpecker, captured on my old Soviet Kiev-4 camera.      

8th December 2019

Villages of the Chernobyl Zone captured on a 35mm film with soviet Kiev-4 camera.    

4th December 2019

Class Albums like this one I found in School No. 2 in Pripyat were popular across the Soviet Union. Pupils would start it when they join the school and fill…

2nd December 2019
1st December 2019
1st December 2019
24th November 2019
16th November 2019

Located in the woods outside of Pripyat, the bakery is a rarely visited by tourists as it’s not included in the routes. The remote building hasn’t been looted as badly…

28th October 2019
28th October 2019
15th September 2019

The kolkhoz (collective farm) in the Zymovyshche village in the Chernobyl Zone is easily recognizable by the grain mill, but there are some other interesting things to be discovered there.

24th August 2019

Sanitary and Epidemic Station, located on vulytsia Entuziastiv (Enthusiasts Street) on the Western edge of Pripyat, right next to the Pripyat Hospital no. 126. It was equipped to handle any…

4th August 2019
22nd July 2019
28th June 2019
18th June 2019

Ukraine has always been famous for its vast and rich in nutrients black earth agricultural land, hence the country is often referred to as the breadbasket of Europe. Agriculture always…

18th June 2019