Jun 30 2012
Once again we go back to the land of all abandoned things that are Soviet. It seems like people are finding new locations monthly – crazy to even imagine how many more there are out there (operational and abandoned). This one is located somewhere in Ukraine and was built and used in the early 1970's.
A long road to no where? Take a look at what lies ahead.
Seems like a warehouse complex, very simple – nothing out of the ordinary.
A plain warehouse and dirt roads. Nothing special.
Not something you see every day – a concrete reinforced latch near the empty warehouses.
The warehouses are fake, and are built to simply shelter all of the bunker's necessities, like this air duct.
The structure is super simplistic, with nothing inside.
The entrance to the bunker, is in one of the warehouses. The building was built around the entrance to hide it.
Several latched doors protect the bunker.
Diorama of the area around the bunker, most likely for strategical purposes.
This is a one story bunker, but it is still massive.
Air supply system with turbines to provide air.
This room houses tonnes of (prehistoric) equipment, cables and other communications gear.
This was the main communications room. Back in the day many people would be working here sending out signals to military installations all over the country.
The primary diesel generators that would be used for back-up power.
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Mar 23 2012
In a way this is similar to the zombie proof house that we mentioned last year, but this seems so much more realistic - and the possibilities with this one are endless.
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