Chernobyl Photo Gallery: No more Chernobyl! During the night, April 26, 1986, a packed train Moscow - Khmelnytskiy passed close to Chernobyl Atomic Station through the rails still warm from radioactive dust. Many of the train’s passengers later died or became disabled due to this trip. On the photo: the railways close to Chernobyl.
Chernobyl Photo Gallery: No more Chernobyl! Chernobyl disaster turned thousands of acres of fertile land into lifeless desert.Agricultural products grown on these lands turn into lethal poison. On the photo: a sign “Radioactive danger: planting and gathering agricultural products and cattle breeding is forbidden.”

Chernobyl Photo Gallery: No more Chernobyl! Before 1986, Polissya region was perceived as the most ecologically clean and beautiful region of Ukraine. After the catastrophe, Polissya forests have absorbed enormous amounts of radiation.
Chernobyl Photo Gallery: No more Chernobyl! This unique museum contains copies of signs of cities and villages, which ceased existence after the Chernobyl disaster. The number of people evacuated from the lethal zone exceeded 100,000 people. On the photo: at one time all these signs showed the entrance to populated towns and villages and people were working and children were playing. Now these settlements are abandoned.
Chernobyl Photo Gallery: No more Chernobyl! The catastrophe started here. The experiment which lead to the explosion at the Chernobyl 4th reactor was started from this board.
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