Military men abandoned this bunker which used to be a communication center a year ago, but since its admission is free and it’s was warm and light inside, it was quickly occupied by cats.
Located at the ground level, it has a rather low degree of protection. It has everything necessary to survive a gas or radioactive attack, such as hermetic front doors, air filters, and diesel engines. However, it wouldn’t stand an explosion wave.
As it usually happens, behind this ‘no admission’ sign there are open gates, so welcome!
Transformer kiosks are situated in the street, so it wouldn’t be a problem for an enemy to cut off the power from the communication center.
One of the front doors and a guard tower.
A vent shaft.
Another front access door leading to the canteen, which the sign tells us about.
An emergency exit with a hermetic door and some weird bar.
This is a ‘ventilation scheme of the main buildings of the command post’.
Open hermetic ventilator windows.
And a door.
The ventilation room. Someone has prepared this door to carry it away and sell it as ferrous metal.
All of it is either damaged or disassembled.
It had been a complex system…
A staircase leading upstairs.
A ‘radiator’ sign in the storage area on the second floor.
Kind of a bedroom with a horizontal bar.
There is little left in the bunker: some furniture and different plates and signs with instructions and so on.
Some of its furniture is metal.
It’s working, so there is electricity here and it’s warm.
This is an entrance to the dining room from the inside.
Something about vitamins.
Classification of vitamins.
What’re these skis doing in the kitchen?
The dining room ventilation.
Attention! The technical device turns on distantly.
While some of the rooms look relatively good, others seem to have been abandoned long ago.
Look at this enormous spider’s web!
And this mould!
This entrance leads to the second bay.
The light is on.
The only locked and sealed room.
Another control room.
A ventilating chamber.
Probably, a homeless man has lived in here for some time.
A mother cat with her two kittens.
The third bay with a coolhouse. Here they also stored water.