15 Top Secret Underground Object

Top Secret Underground Object

Posted on July 18, 2014 by team

Not so far from Anadyr, Russia, there is an abandoned military city, Anadyr-1 (Gudym). Nearby is a top secret military facility – an underground self-contained base for nuclear ammunition storage. Its galleries are kilometers long, they are fully protected from nuclear attacks. Cargo transportation was performed by electric cars going along the light railway. The facility had two main entrances and several disguised ones.
Facility “S” was built in full secrecy in 1958. In 1986 all nuclear weapons were taken away from the base, after that it was used as a storage base of an Anadyr military garrison. In 2002 it was abandoned by all the military. According to some sources the base kept captured archives of the nazi organization, Ahnenerbe.




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15 responses to “Top Secret Underground Object”

  1. irongrampa says:

    Remarkably good condition for an abandoned object.
    Big difference from what is normally observed.

  2. OldBikr says:

    I would love to study those Hitlerite records you mentioned, the Germans are starting to act like they don’t believe the crimes of the nazi regime happened. Another good documentary or so from such records seems to be indicated.

    • Mister Twister says:

      Who cares?? Whatever crimes were committed, were committed by people who are long dead now. Do you want to sue their children? That would certainly be a crime.

      • OldBikr says:

        I want the Germans and some other groups to cease denying the crimes of the “Third Reich”. Those who refuse to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

        Who cares indeed, do you think the Russians, or the French, as well as many other European nations wish to see those days again. I suppose you don’t remember that, World War One was referred to as the war to end all wars. Let me know how that works out would you.

        • Diesel says:

          I doubt you remember these things and I don’t think you know history. Fwiw, I’m 60, born 8 years after WW2 ended.

          Germany vs Russia (in WW1) had a lot to do with the half million plus German-Russians who lived in many German-named towns not far from Volgograd. Those farmers were financially successful in the 1800’s. Something made many of them leave Russia before WW1 started; probably taxes. Later, Russia eliminated those towns and half million German-Russians while Germany attempted to protect them. There are great monuments in Volgograd which portray the valor of the Russians in those battles. Some Russian/Germans were resettled in Siberia and Kazakhstan, many died. Old photo records of things related to the resettlements and eliminations would make interesting stories here on englishrussia.com.

          Maybe German-Russian is not a correct term. Maybe Prussian-Russian?

          • OldBikr says:

            I still want the Holocaust deniers, and others to be shown the truth and no I did not claim to have any personal remembrance of ww 1 or ww2. I did lose some family members to both of them. My reference to ww 1 was to illustrate how it was claimed to be the war to end all wars, and yet we just keep right on having wars. I know some history, and I am willing to know more.

            • Darius says:

              Unfortunately, I think it is as you say – it does matter how bad it was before. People that personally were present at the war – they (most likely) will not repeat it. Everyone else – if they become angry enough, they will start a war and it does not matter if you show videos, pictures, or recreate in museums the war horror. They do not think about those things when they are blinded by anger. And it looks like these days it is common for the war to start from “nothing” – from angry words or a thrown stone. Then somebody brigs to the fight a stick in revenge, then somebody else brings a gun, then machinegun, a grenade and so on…

  3. Alek says:

    Is all the trash and damaged equipment because of looters or “govt” was cleaning up secrets?

  4. Tutan Camon says:

    Cannon shells in the underground?Strange….

    • Ed says:

      Spent nuclear artillery ammo, maybe? Used for tests, or maybe left over after decommisioning? It’s really just a guess – but the Soviet nuclear artillery programme did start in the 50s, and they were done decommisioning the ammo in the 2000s, which coincides with the years in which the facility was used.

    • Darius says:

      Maybe because: “In 1986 all nuclear weapons were taken away from the base, after that it was used as a storage base of an Anadyr military garrison.”

  5. Realize that the Ahnenerbe was the weird “mystical” branch of the Nazis –the real life version of the type that Indiana Jones faced. It would be interesting to learn what they thought they’d discovered — even if it was far less interesting than the Ark of the Covenant or the Holy Grail

    • OldBikr says:

      Yes they were looking for proof of the spurious theory of “the Aryan Master Race”. I would enjoy seeing what they found and then subjecting their findings to “Modern Interpretation”.

  6. Simon makgae says:

    People should be fascinated about the past. arguing about it wont help because there are different sources, writer and translators. History is history but wouldnt you want today to be much different?

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