6 Special Secret Subway In Moscow

Special Secret Subway In Moscow

Posted on November 12, 2013 by team

This subway system is called “Metro 2″ and is located under the civil subway in the very centre of Moscow. Right now we’re going to go down for 110 meters in the area of Red Square.

The secret special subway system can be built in many ways and for different purposes starting from evacuation of the Russian generalship and finishing with the systems of special communication of various bunkers belonging to all possible agencies and structures (already finished ones and those being still built).

It’s an amazing place with red light and numerous signaling sensors, guard posts 24/7 and constant patrol of duty staff.

These tunnels are stretching for many kilometres under Moscow and one can walk along them for hours… These cables seem to be endless, they connect numerous basements of interesting buildings belonging to various institutions.


At a distance of three – four kilometres away from each other special technical blocks for cabels maintenance are located as well as toilets, guard posts, ventilation and filtration systems for air purification. Such blocks are not too long – approximately 70-100 meters.


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6 Responses to “Special Secret Subway In Moscow”

  1. javox says:

    i always wonder how do they do for get into thouse places if r guarded 24/7 a day hehe but still impresive…i guess maybe thats way many other shelter were left abandoned, coz they have new ones and better ones probably

  2. john says:

    good suff.

  3. Zorro says:

    in a deep deep hole lived a scary scary beast….who ate ppl dropping from the metro….into the metro 2

  4. D6 says:

    Move along Stalker!

  5. Steamed McQueen says:

    Nice, but it looks to be more of a series of cable routes than an actual subway. Where are the tracks?

    It has long been rumored that there is a ‘Metro 2′ that runs from Red Square to places like Sheremetyevo airport and select other locations throughout Moscow.

  6. Rob O. says:

    Shouldn’t there be decades of dust layered atop all of the horizontal surfaces? This all looks far too clean.

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