Behind the iron curtain, the roadside was where architects could really let rip … photographer Christopher Herwig has covered more than 30,000km by bus, bike, car and cab in 14 countries to snap bus stops that show the Soviet empire’s taste for the future fantastic.

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Gagra, Abkhazia

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

Pitsunda, Abkhazia

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

Aral, Kazakhstan

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

Pitsunda, Abkhazia

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

Niitsiku, Estonia

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

Altai Mountains, Siberia

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

Echmiadzin, Armenia

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

Ivianiec, Belarus

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

Charyn, Kazakhstan

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

Marijampolė, Lithuania

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

Balykchy, Kyrgyzstan

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Photograph : Christopher Herwig

 

This feature originally appeared in The Guardian.

 


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