Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Nuclear-Documentation-in-Murmansk-27MZIFLPV268.htmlConceptually similarNuclear Industry in MurmanskGP0JQPCompleted★★★★Nuclear Industry in MurmanskGP0U32Completed★★★★MV Greenpeace en route to Novaya ZemlyaGP0CI2Completed★★★★Murmansk harbourGP02QZRCompleted★★★★Nuclear Powered Icebreaker in MurmanskGP013QPCompleted★★★★Protest at Nuclear Testing on Novaya ZemlyaGP016OZCompleted★★★★Nuclear Industry in MurmanskGP0U31Completed★★★★SOVIET UNION nuclear icebreaker at Murmansk, USSR.GP0PJVCompleted★★★★Nuclear Industry in MurmanskGP013BOCompleted★★★★View AllGP013U7Nuclear Documentation in MurmanskMurmansk. The decommissioned nuclear icebreaker LENIN with the tender ship IMANDRA in the foreground at Atomflot yard. The LENIN was the world's first nuclear-powered icebreaker. In 1967 it suffered a serious nuclear reactor accident; the damaged reactor core and nuclear fuel rods were dumped at sea off the coast of Novaya Zemlya in 1973. It was withdrawn from service in 1990.Locations:Murmansk-RussiaDate:1 Nov, 1991Credit:© Greenpeace / John SprangeMaximum size:4535px X 3035pxKeywords:Day-Harbours-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Outdoors-Submarines-VesselsShoot:Nuclear Documentation in MurmanskAtomflot facility in Murmansk, USSR. Andrew Zolotkov, who spoke at Greenpeace press conference at London Dumping Convention. Nuclear waste dump Panorama of Murmansk under snow. WW2 statue. Nuclear waste dump. Nuclear powered icebreaker. Various other nuclear type ships.