3 The Nuclear Arsenal of Chukotka

The Nuclear Arsenal of Chukotka

Posted on April 13, 2015 by team


This unique installation is situated in cold Chukotka of Russia, it was built in the time of confrontation of two strong nations. It is a kilometer long self-contained underground structure cut in the rocks. The facility has a lot of branches provided with full nuclear protection. The object was created for storage and maintenance of nuclear weapons.

Blogger underspace has been to the place and shared these images.

It has a number of different names: Object S, Anadyr-1, Magadan-11 or Gudym.

Anadyr-1 settlement is located thirteen kilometers away from Ugolnye Kopi. One must take a taxi to get to the destination.

There were roads in the place, but they have been destroyed by nature and flooded.

We have finally reached the military town and the installation itself.

Portals of the complex.

A view of the settlement.

They strictly guard the installation. Several lines of barbed wire, heavy reinforced concrete and the distance to the place itself made it inaccessible. But the facility became a victim of another force…

Meanwhile we are getting inside.

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3 Responses to “The Nuclear Arsenal of Chukotka”

  1. Les. Hayward says:

    Flipping brilliant. Would love to visit Russia!

  2. john says:

    Very cool ,i love this stuff. it still seems to be in good shape.

  3. Stan says:

    Love the Van

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