18 Visiting an Active Bombshelter

Visiting an Active Bombshelter

Posted on September 13, 2010 by team


Today we are going to visit an active bombshelter of "Electrostal" factory №3747. We wonder how many shelters like this are there in Russia?


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18 Responses to “Visiting an Active Bombshelter”

  1. eger_666 says:

    This is one of the mony old shelters, yeah…
    There is a lot of modern sheltes too.

  2. 0RKU5 says:

    active shelter… are you sure?

  3. Felix says:

    better tidied up than our cellar, for sure.

  4. Testicules says:

    Would be better shelter for all the bums floating aournd the city.

  5. teo says:

    PC on first picture is Intel 386! We have same at school 15 years ago!

  6. Bob Robertson says:

    Russia is much better prepared for zombie invasion

  7. Pacific NW says:

    Nice to see that 5 1/4″ drives still have a home.

  8. SovMarxist1924 says:

    Comrade Lenin is kindly watching over everything.

  9. Ceiling Cat says:

    photo 1. so that’s where my old pc went. I wondered about that.

  10. parabellum says:

    Fantastic I did not know that in my hometown, there are asylum!

  11. russia_bound says:

    Some very cool pictures, Thanks for the upload…

  12. Cool.
    Thanks for posting.

    Soendoro Soetanto

  13. SSSR says:

    I used a computer like that one in high school.Back in the old days a computer like that one was around $2,000.

  14. happy_gentile says:

    is this a bomb shelter or a fallout shelter?

  15. Jed118 says:

    I have such a computer in my room, working Am386DX/40!

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