The Amazing World of Soviet Bus Structures


It’s universally acknowledged that the old Soviet Union had many faults, but creating weird and wonderful structures that celebrate the humble bus ride isn’t one of them. When it came to building roadside bus shelters, Moscow’s former satellite states were streets, perhaps even highways, ahead of the rest of the world. Before their 1990s independence, the Soviet states threw up hundreds of extravagant rest stops, giving tyro architects and artists unusually free rein to express their wilder ideas.

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Submitted by Rick Gordon

2 Responses to The Amazing World of Soviet Bus Structures

  1. Anon says:

    very cool.

  2. Ray Burton says:

    Stunning Art Work!

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