This time we decided to visit an old meat factory situated in Vilnius southern industrial district. This place isn’t very popular among explorers so we really didn’t knew what we gonna find there. But now I can confirm, that it is worth the visit. The buildings have seen better days, but still you can find some interesting stuff there.
Empty doorway in an office building near main gates.
A calendar of ’94 showing that time politicians on a Christmas tree.
Most of the buildings in area, have been visited by iron thieves who steal iron beams that hold walls intact. That is why some of these buildings upper floors have collapsed to ground level.
Titled “ammoniacal pipeline scheme” displays how once machinery was constructed. On the right side of billboard there is a scheme called “sanitary slaughter plan”.
A crumpled technical book, showing a section of some sort of machinery.
A glass block window with a paint peeling off the wall.
Rusted exit sign.
Some kind of liquid meter.
A document for a Cooperative named “Nivelyras”, which translated means spirit level.
Safety helmet on a project scheme. Office buildings are full of such schemes, technical books, factory operational data and so on.
A rick of plastic shavings.
Meat factory still life.
Old gas mask with its trunk hanging.
Room with an empty closet.
Orange paint gradient of a window barricaded from outside by a roof slate.
Some statistical data book.
Probably the only sign of a life form there, are these remains of a butterfly.
Front plate cover of a vintage radio called ERA-204. These radios production started at 1985.
Broken open fridge.
Gas mask with a filter on a snow.
Thick frost of a steam coming from a sewer hole.