Forgotten Chernobyl Posts

8th May 2018

Cranes in Pripyat Cargo Dock visited again in the Spring 2018.    

7th May 2018

Stratheden Hospital, initially known as Fife and Kinross District Asylum when it was opened on July 1st 1866 was constructed to provide provided mental health care for up to 200…

4th May 2018

The Zone is blue. I see this colour everywhere, in schools, kindergartens, hospital, Jupiter, in Pripyat’s modern flats and old wooden houses crumbling apart in some forgotten, remote villages. It…

22nd April 2018

Some of the abandoned vehicles at the Jupiter factory on the outskirts of Pripyat.    

27th March 2018

Poliske town, located on the the outskirts on the Chernobyl Zone, was an administrative centre of Poliske district. It was evacuated following the Chernobyl accident and today the wind howls…

20th March 2018


18th March 2018

Kenmure Castle, located near  the town of New Galloway in Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland.      

6th March 2018

One week after Easter the feast of the dead known as “hrobki” is celebrated in Ukraine. The custom requires that on that day a whole living family meets on nearby…

5th March 2018


7th February 2018


3rd January 2018

Bernat Klein Studio is one of the most architecturally-influential buildings constructed in Scotland since the WW2. It was built in 1972 just outside Selkirk as a workspace fror the textile…

20th December 2017


15th December 2017

Rarely visited Secondary School in Chernobyl Zone.  

7th December 2017

Mashevo Secondary School is among the best preserved locations in the entire Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, mostly thanks to the village’s remote location, over an hour drive from Chernobyl town and…

29th November 2017

The town of Chernobyl was evacuated on the 27th April 1986, only thirty hours after accident at the Nuclear Power Plant. Today Chernobyl is mostly a ghost town however a…