I first felt intrigued by this place when I was digging through maps on Wikimapia in another search for an airdrome and I saw an airfield with some kind of lines drawn on it and characters “419 arz”.
Not long ago a site was found near Moscow that is be perfect for those who like to listen to melting snow dripping from aluminum aircraft bodies.
“Dvina” missile pits are one of Belarus’ two permanent nuclear ballistic missile launch sites.
Once again we are in the Moscow region, and once again in the woods.
Once upon a warm summer day we headed to Vega – a tracking facility.
In the backyard of a missile production plant.
A partially abandoned air facility. Quite a few protected hangars and taxiway strips.
Today’s post is about the remains of air defense hardware on Kildin Island.