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This Guy Explored An Abandoned Russian Mine In The Mountains…And It Was Amazing

This Guy Explored An Abandoned Russian Mine In The Mountains…And It Was Amazing

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DTAT_ATF'); }); Urban exploration even under the best of circumstances is a risky proposition, but try telling that to photographer Mikhail Mishainik. Mishainik is well-known for his daring explorations of various abandoned industrial sites around Russia. While Mishainik has a dizzying array of photo sets to choose from, one of the most interesting is his exploration of abandoned ore mines in the Russian Ural Mountains. It wasn't until the outbreak of World War II that the Ural Mountains were mined. Mines of Ural googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DCBM_BTF’); }); The crush for natural resource
These Photos Show The Creepy Wonders Lurking Beneath This Midwestern City

These Photos Show The Creepy Wonders Lurking Beneath This Midwestern City

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For those of us who are interested in urban exploration, the legend of the abandoned Cincinnati subway system is a familiar one. While we've written about it here before, this series of photos offers a fresh perspective on the lost transit system that could have been. This particular adventurer explored near what would have become the Race Street Station. TT-Forums / Howat123 Construction on the Cincinnati subway began back in 1916, and it was largely inspired by New York City's famous underground tunnels. TT-Forums / Howat123 At the time, Cincinnati was growing at a rapid rate, and traffic congestion was beginning to take a toll on the local economy. TT-Forums ...