Urbexing Abandoned Bus Graveyard In Kyiv

exploring abandoned bus depot in kiev
On the outskirts of Kiev there is a unique Bus Depot № 7. The building with an area of more than 20,000 square meters is in emergency condition and in use as a huge tomb for hundreds of used buses. Once we made our way through the labyrinth of the bushed bus skeletons  to make these photos, first time published .  

Where is situated this bus graveyard?

On the outskirts of Kiev, DVRZ neighbourhood. Borispolskaya 15 street. [map lat=”50.426295″ long=”30.686394″ zoom=”11″ content_width__sm=”100″ content_width__md=”40″ position_x__sm=”100″ position_y__sm=”100″] Abandoned bus depot №7. [/map] If you will look on this area use satelite there will be a huge circle – there is the main distinctive feature of this depot. Because of the unusual design of this building in the people nicknamed “circus”.  The diameter of the “circus” is more than 160 m. The parking lot could accommodate about 300 buses. We sneaked inside and walked between abandoned buses to the main column of circus. It was difficult to find right way at night, because  buses stand very tightly. Tunnel systems and abandoned bunker are worth to be visited! Max rooftop one bus to make panorama shot. We found way and climbed on the column balcony by stairs. There was epic landscape. Hundreds of abandoned buses.   It was a gloomy, but in its own majestic spectacle.   There was better times. Hundreds of buses were sent to the most important cities of the USSR. Now this place plunges into darkness taking with it a piece of our history.  

4 thoughts on “Urbexing Abandoned Bus Graveyard In Kyiv”

  1. Hi, could you please tell us, how did you get inside this bus graveyard? Is it illegal, or did you ask any authorities? We plan on visiting this place, but we don’t want to get into any trouble. Your blog is really amazing by the way. Thanks for your answer.

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