Not exactly an underground tunnel, this train station’s platform resembles one through being closed up by dereliction and surrounding wild undergrowth. However, take a walk around and you will notice that the train station in Sukhumi, Abkhazia still retains most of its past glory ─ the foreboding grandeur of Stalinist architecture, also known as Stalinist Gothic and Socialist Classicism.
Located on the Black Sea coast’s 63-mile long Abkhazian Railway, which connects Russia’s North Caucasus Railway with Georgia, this station was abandoned during the War in Abkhazia in 1992 and 1993. The dispute between Georgia and Russia over the region has now dissipated, but the decaying station remains, reminding all who see its former glory in the form of intricate plaster work and mahogany furniture, of an era that is best left to memory. Info and Pics via: Bored Panda and Urban Ghosts.