One unique museum in Lithuania is an old cold war era ballistic missile silo repaired and made for visitors to visit, full of models, exhibitions and stuff alike. This museum is situated near Plokščiai village, Plateliai lake.
This runway-like installation shows the cold war years and a current time clock at the bottom.
Swedish grenade launcher AT-4 - one of the most common light anti-tank weapons in the world.
A cut section model of main missile silo.
All kinds of projectiles: bullets, warheads etc.The AK-74 assault rifle firstly used in Afghanistan conflict, now common in former Soviet Union countries.
A handle, magazine, trigger of a german rifle G3 GS.Izraeli Uzi front end.
Crucial part of a ballistic missile – inertial guidance component called gyroscope. This device is used to calculate the location of the missile due to acceleration put on it after leaving a known position.Model of ballistic missile.
A wall with a cold war era propaganda posters.Mannequins showing military silo personnel in a action.
Informational posters about first aid, the use of gas masks and other how-tos.
Many things were robbed from silo after soviet personnel abandoned it, including instruments from this framework.
Here is what is left of power supply diesel generator.And finally a wildlife in the outside of this silo.
The clouds were very wrathful, but it didn’t rain anyway
Sun didn’t completely set that night.
Path to observation area.
Flower wreaths – traditional decoration.
Šilėnai is a small village located in a western part of Vilnius region a right side of Neris river.
This riverside of Neris is polluted by garbage, especially after winter. Rubber slipper hung on a branch.
Some animal skull.
A part of packaging of some sort of Beko home appliance.
Beavers dammed spring which turned into this pond named “eye”.The dam itself.
Spring signs.The spring from a dam then meanders through forest and fields.
Those fields are somehow polluted by oils.
Outer part of Šilėnai village.According to wiki, village population in 30 years decreased twice and probably this abandoned house is a result.
Wooden church built on 1725 m.
That’s what is left of a full beer can when it is driven over.
Northern side of the village.
Abandoned center in one very nice place, surrounded by pine forests near Neris river.
Fire hydrant door, with a phone number.
Such metal and wood construction connecting two buildings acts as a decoration.
Old mattress. Distanced part of this center is inhabited as smoking chimney can be seen through window.
Fluorescent lamp leftovers.
Hanger still life.
Badly rotten room.
As usual in such abandoned places – document storage, probably containing sensitive data.
This west side building first floor also seen better days.
Corridor leading to emptied kitchen.
Empty stair hall creates strong echoes.
Tiles ripped off.