This shelter looked huge from the outside due to over 15 air vents and about 10 exits which could be see. Judging by the area it occupied, it could contain up to 1500 people. Let’s go see what remained of it.
Its plan reminds the letter ‘E’, so there are three sections separated from each other with hermetic doors. The middle section is almost empty.
There is just one full-size emergency exit here.
It is a hermetic door which consists of two layers of metal with concrete in between.
Near the empty section with the hermetic door there is a medical department.
The commander’s room.
This is a working place of the communications engineer.
Consequences of a nuclear explosion.
That white sheet contains a list of all neighboring enterprises and organizations with their call signals.
We don’t show you the construction plan because there are reasons for that.
A wash tank.
There are a lot of telephones in the shelter.
The commander’s table.
These are photos of exercises they held here.
In the wardrobes you’ll find this:
An exit from the control center.
On the commander’s table, there was a box with keys which allowed us to enter any room in the shelter.
In the bathroom.
‘Vasily, the cat’.
In the vent shaft.