Irony: 10 or 20 years ago there was a lot of hoopla about 'they' were planning to build a few MEGA big airships, 3 times the size of the Hindenburg, to haul extremely big and massive gear to otherwise inaccessible and dirt poor regions in the middle of nowhere of East Uzturkistan, and similar places around the world, whence roads and bridges could never accomodate such loads. Think pre-assembled electricity power plants* to provide light and power to the subsistence farmers, herders, elementary schools, and mothercare clinics in the arid rocky foothills. That would be a solid boost for those remote regions' development.
Airships would be perfect for getting that stuff there. Such outsized loads don't need high speed. Under airships they are independent of available road infrastructure (as in: absent). They don't need roads. They cross rivers, canals, lakes, and other waterways and obstacles effortlessly. They are 'all-terrain' and can get anywhere
under 3.000 meters altitude. They don't need a lot of gound clearance either. A couple hundred meters is enough.
Of course these airships needed to be built first. For that purpose they built an even bigger hangar. And then something must have gone terribly wrong. Because this is what's happened to that MEGA big airship hangar:
*or operational ballistic missile launch platforms to strategic locations anywhere on the globe's landmasses...