Jordan-based photographer Christopher Herwig toured around the former Soviet Union to once again capture the unique bus stops of the seemingly long-forgotten era. After documenting the eccentric architecture in his first book called “Soviet Bus Stops” and its subsequent success, he decided to revisit the subject matter again.
In his first book, he explored Russia, Ukraine, and Georgia. But in his second book called “Soviet Bus Stops Volume II,” he chose to focus on Russia alone, driving 10,000 miles to its very remote areas. His adventure led him to more eery yet interesting architectural shelters that stand as proof of the Soviet country’s history.
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