I was amazed to find a collection of photographs of former Soviet tanks at a plant in the Ukraine. Defense Tech reports:
Need a tank to fend off the coming zombie apocalypse that everyone else is freaking out about?
Make your way to the Kharkov armor repair facility in Ukraine where you can have your pick of hundreds of Soviet-built T-64s, T-72s and T-80 tanks that look like they’ve been abandoned since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
There's more at the link. The whole series of photographs (in much larger sizes than those I've reproduced here) may be found at Pasha Itkin's LiveJournal. They make very interesting viewing. You can also view a satellite image of the tank graveyard here.
I think someone really ought to talk to the Ukrainian government about these metal monsters. I'm sure there are military enthusiasts in the West who'd love to have their own Cold War main battle tank as a souvenir! I mean . . . there are enough unserviceable cars parked on blocks in back yards throughout the Southern and Western USA - why not a tank or two as well?