A very unique photo: the bow of Russian submarine K-84 Yekaterinburg (Delta IV SSBN) stripped bare after the fire in 2011 (sorry for the low res.) [604x453]

A very unique photo: the bow of Russian submarine K-84 Yekaterinburg (Delta IV SSBN) stripped bare after the fire in 2011 (sorry for the low res.) [604x453]

This is one of many abandoned Russian submarines near the Arctic. When the Russians get tired of their ships they tie them up somewhere and walk away. Many, many nuclear submarines like this lie half or fully sunk at rotting docks contaminating acres around them with radiation. Very little security is provided and anyone can go aboard, although this is treacherous due to no lights and vandals and scavengers stripping them. Radioactive surplus is often found on the market in Russia.

This is one of many abandoned Russian submarines near the Arctic. When the Russians get tired of their ships they tie them up somewhere and walk away. Many, many nuclear submarines like this lie half or fully sunk at rotting docks contaminating acres around them with radiation. Very little security is provided and anyone can go aboard, although this is treacherous due to no lights and vandals and scavengers stripping them. Radioactive surplus is often found on the market in Russia.

Kid Piter, omg.... Arkadiy wouldn't have been around yet but I feel like this would still exist later and he would be forced to be in it with Piter in that lake at tsarskoe selo--

Kid Piter, omg.... Arkadiy wouldn't have been around yet but I feel like this would still exist later and he would be forced to be in it with Piter in that lake at tsarskoe selo--

Oscar and Akula, Russian submarines....these are the fellas we chased back when, I was an ST in the Nav.  They'd play with us for a while...then go bye bye.

Oscar and Akula, Russian submarines....these are the fellas we chased back when, I was an ST in the Nav. They'd play with us for a while...then go bye bye.

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